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Think Laurel and Hardy

*Today's post is written by regular contributor (and good friend) Debra Dickey. Thank you, Debra, for sharing your wit, insight, and life with us!* Gratefully, sometimes my life turns into a comedy routine. Not that kitty antics are not laughable in their own right – but sometimes it gets even better! Last night, my two… Continue reading Think Laurel and Hardy

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What does EASTER mean to you?

*Much thanks to Debra Dickey-Liang for serving as today's guest contributor!* E is for eggs we deco-ra-ted, A is for all of them to hide. S is for children who were see-king, T is for the tots who find the most. E is for extra help from Mommy, R is running back when you are… Continue reading What does EASTER mean to you?

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My favorite WhINES

*Today's humorous post about that terrible tendency to whine comes from one of our regular and beloved guest writers, Debra Dickey-Liang. Thanks for the post, Debra, and for reminding me to appreciate the finer things in life (all the blessings) rather than critique the things that bother me.* Did a double-take, didn’t you? Yes, I’ve… Continue reading My favorite WhINES

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Day 20–Becoming a vessel

*Thank you, Debra Dickey, for serving as today's guest contributor as part of the "28 days of love" project this February. Debra's a regular contributor to this blog; I'm thankful for the wisdom she shares and for her friendship, too.* [Online ‘Dictionary’ of vessel]  Rare: a person regarded as an agent or vehicle for some… Continue reading Day 20–Becoming a vessel

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There’s always a rock

*I'm very thankful that Debra Dickey-Liang sent me this post for today sharing her 2013 word of the year with us. What's your word or theme for 2013? What's on your mind? What are you learning right now? What will you be grateful for 11 months from now?*During my everyday life, with its various tasks… Continue reading There’s always a rock

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Gifts

*Special thanks to Debra Dickey-Liang for serving as today's guest contributor!*My Mom and Dad were always two of the hardest working people that I have ever known, and they taught their children those same work ethics. They also taught us honesty, integrity, strength of character, and what it means to be part of a family.… Continue reading Gifts

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Life review of gratitude

*Special thanks to guest writer Debra Dickey-Liang for sharing with us!* A person that you are extremely grateful for . . . . As I read that sentence, my initial reaction was:  “How in the world could you pick just one person?!?”, because immediately, a score of people, and the reasons that I am grateful… Continue reading Life review of gratitude