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In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Celebrate Good Times.” Giving balloons during a celebration is something I started doing recently. It lingers on afterward and is a visual reminder and conversation starter.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Muse.” This glorious oak tree stands alone in the middle of a field. A housing development is slowly being built around it and at some point in time will be surrounded … Continue reading
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Snapshot Stories.” At the beginning of every school year my mother would take us to the photo booth at Woolworths Drug Store in upstate New York. I remember her digging through her … Continue reading
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “All About Me.” Why is it all about me? It’s all about me because I am the master of my decisions, the words I speak and the actions I take in life. … Continue reading
“Thanks God” is a series of reminders of how we can stop and give thanks in our day to day lives. These can help you live each day knowing you can have faith in something bigger than yourself. Don’t … Continue reading
Why can’t we all get along? How many times has this statement been used? Sadly it is probably true in so many ways we wouldn’t know where to count. It’d have to be a place of peace and harmony. Check your … Continue reading