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Walkin’ In A Pandemic Wonderland

There was a study done that showed six-year old’s laugh, on average 300 times a day; while adults laugh only about 15 times a day, 100 times at most.  While I found this news sad, I wasn’t surprised.  It’s no wonder the way the world beats the magic out of adults.  Comedian Ellen DeGeneres was talking about this on her…

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Count Your Blessings, Literally

One of my favorite quotes is by one of my favorite authors.  Really, I’ve loved him since I was a kid. With all due respect, I’m going to bend his words a bit.  This has been the year no one expected.  When I made a quick trip from Orlando to Manhattan back in January, I had no idea what the…

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Transitions: Phases and Phrases

Life is full of transitions.  Some happen when you’re young and other people force you.  You go from diapers to the potty, that’s a transition.  Some happen when you’re older and you have a choice in the matter.  You go from High School to College, that’s a transition.  Some happen and start out happy.  You get married, that’s a transition. …

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Does It Really Matter Who Said It? It’s Done!

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” ― Edmund Burke This is one of my favorite quotes.  I was planning on doing the blog today on this quote and how it relates to the second highest voter turn out in U.S. history we’ve just experienced.  However, in researching the quote, it…

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People are Dying to Celebrate!

If you told someone, “I’m sure looking forward to the next three holidays!” they would undoubtedly think you were referring to Halloween, Thanksgiving, and then Christmas.  However, there are three holidays coming up just this weekend: Halloween, Day of the Dead, and All Saints Day.  I thought it would be interesting to take a look at these three, especially the…

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