Monthly Archives: October 2010

Integrity with an Accident

  Yesterday evening the Tallahassee Junior Museum was filled with people, games, blow up creatures, animals and fun for those who joined the Halloween party. The atmosphere was festive, and those who participated, especially the children, had a wonderful time. … Continue reading

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Who You Are When It All Goes Away

  “Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked I shall return” is a writing from an old manuscript, and the principle still applies today. It is indeed a fact that people do not take with them the … Continue reading

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Dents and Dings? PDR

  A hailstorm comes, and the ice stones are beating on the car. A person comes out of a store to the parking lot to notice that the person parked next to them just dinged their door. A child runs … Continue reading

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Too Marvelous for Words

  Frank Sinatra sang, “You’re much too marvelous, too marvelous for words”, and there are people and things to see in life that are absolutely breath taking. The Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls, just about anywhere in Hawaii, and many other … Continue reading

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A Little Blow Your Horn Love

  A well dressed lady sits at a red light waiting for it to change to green. Behind her is another woman dressed in workout clothing on her way to the gym. Suddenly the light changes, and to be sure … Continue reading

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The Handshake

  Symbols of non-verbal communication prevail in our society. From the amorous hug, to the firm handshake, people share emotions and thoughts without saying a word. Who can resist the tiny hug from the arms of the two year old … Continue reading

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Borrowing and Not Returning

  The idea of borrowing has been around for as long as one can remember. Not too long ago it was only neighborly to “borrow” a cup of sugar or a couple eggs, and sometimes people would lend their lawn … Continue reading

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