Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Playground aka The New battleground

So, when did the playground become a battling ground? Instead of carefree fun and relaxation- it’s more like pain and aggravation!   Three weeks ago, during a heat wave a pang of guilt jolted through my system as I realized … Continue reading

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This woman, this warrior.

She’s never been what you expect. Even as a child, she has had to endure things that no one should have to experience. From as far back as she can remember, she’s had to juggle the secrets and the affairs … Continue reading

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How to read a person, part 2

Preface: This is Part 2 of a previously published post, “Life Lessons I’d like to leave my daughters: How to Read a Person” You can find Part 1 by following this link: How to Read a Person, Part 1     5.) How does … Continue reading

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Daily Quote 08/05/2015

  “Success seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes, but they don’t quit.” ― Conrad Hilton

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