Tag Archives: Relationships

Finding our Moral Compass

A Moral Compass, by definition, is used in reference to a person’s ability to judge what is right and wrong and act accordingly. A moral compass is something that develops over time.  Although I am certain DNA has something to … Continue reading

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Celebrate the Human Spirit

For the past few days, many of us have been holding our breath as we have been watching the coverage of the rescue attempt of 12 boys & their coach from a cave in Thailand. After 18 days, thankfully & … Continue reading

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When Life Throws Us a Curve Ball

Despite our best intentions to find balance in our lives,  sometimes life throws us a curve ball we didn’t see coming. A wild pitch that can throw us off kilter, causing us to dig deep within our ourselves to find … Continue reading

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Mom’s the Word❤️

 When I began this blog 4 years ago, this was one of the first posts I wrote. As we approach Mother’s Day this weekend, I thought it was worth a re-post with a few updates.   May 6, 2013: We … Continue reading

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Hearts Alone

When I met my husband’s family many years ago, I learned very quickly that they were a card playing family.  Euchre was & is their game of choice. Rather stunned to hear I didn’t know how to play, his grandfather … Continue reading

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Knee Deep In It

I found myself in a funny predicament recently when visiting my son, daughter in law & my granddaughter for a few days.  Funny, that is, if you happened to be a bystander watching me & the comedy show that ensued. … Continue reading

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Family Traditions

Many of us practice family traditions, particularly around this time of year.  One we established with our kids from a very young age, was making the annual trek to a local tree farm, in search of the perfect Christmas tree, … Continue reading

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All Hail the Queen

If there is one thing I have learned in my lifetime, it is the value of true friendship. Those people in your life who stand by your side through thick & thin, through the good & the bad.  Their friendship … Continue reading

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Our Little LAM

For the past 9 months, we have been waiting with great anticipation, for the arrival of our first grandchild. Because our son & daughter-in-law chose not to find out the gender of the baby, we knew not whether this precious … Continue reading

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The upside of social media

At the age of 16, I took a job at a summer resort about 2 hours north of where I lived.  As a child, I had spent many summers vacationing here with my family. I was hired as a chambermaid, but … Continue reading

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