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Doers or Deciders

Doers or Deciders? “Even more than we are doers, we are deciders.” Ralph Blume, The Book of Runes When I was a kid, my parents and my dad’s best friend and his wife, decided it would be a good idea … Continue reading

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Teacher Not Preacher

Parent/Teacher Not Preacher Three years ago on the summer solstice, I honored one of my mother’s dying wishes and planted her ashes beneath a flowering bush.  My mom died in October of 2014 and while I still miss her terribly, … Continue reading

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On Legacies and Real Magic

On Legacies and Real Magic “What you must do to move yourself into the mental framework for “miracle making” is to just let go.” Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, Everyday Wisdom The other night, I dreamt that my kids had all … Continue reading

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Please and Thank You

Please and Thank You On the summer solstice, the longest, brightest, most sun-festy day of the year, I honored one of my mother’s dying wishes and planted her beneath a flowering bush, a crape myrtle, to be precise. My mom … Continue reading

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