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NaNoWriMo: I Just Can’t Quit You

In 2012, I wrote about failing at NaNoWriMo and, at that time, I resigned myself to the fact that it cannot be done with my schedule. I also compared it to running a marathon without training, or running a 5K after an eight hour work day with two hours of commuting. If you don’t know what […]

A Vote for Change…for a Change

A blogger, single mother of four, political activist, and my friend needs your help. Jenn Studebaker, a native of Austin, TX, fell into extreme poverty in 2010 when she suddenly found herself alone to raise her four small children; one of which was a newborn. She reached out and applied for government assistance and used […]

Being The Example

“You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.”  ― John Bunyan   It’s amazing how a decision, a decision that you wouldn’t normally make, would put you in the path of someone that needs help. Let’s just say that I’m glad that I resisted the urge to […]

And The Winner Is…

Late last night, I received notice from the charming and talented Veronica Bennett that your favorite blogger (that’s me, I am your favorite, right?) has been nominated for the prestigious Liebster Blog Award. Now, I’m not sure if this is the same as being nominated for an Academy Award, a Grammy, or to be “it” in a […]

Update: Runaway

We now have confirmation that our son’s friend, who recently went missing, is safe and sound. It has been reported that he, with another friend, planned to run away to Colorado. Fortunately for a couple of intervening parents, not related to the boys, they were persuaded to stay with them for a few days until […]

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