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Father’s Day for the Dad with empty arms

By On June 18, 2017

To every Dad who has ever lost.  To the Dads who feel invisible. I see you. Let me introduce myself.  I am a momma with empty arms.  My husband and I lost… Read More

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A Tribute to my Colleagues

By On May 18, 2017

A small tribute to my former coworkers. My dear friends, You know those letters or videos that people post when they leave their job, to go out in a big way? I… Read More

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Let’s Have a Conversation

By On May 18, 2017

This post has been inspired by things that are currently constantly flooding my Facebook newsfeed. First off, let me promise you that this is not a debate about abortion. This is not… Read More

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Best Advice I’ve Ever Gotten

By On May 18, 2017

  What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten? I have met some wise people over the years, and heard some very wise words. Sometimes I forget that not every has had… Read More

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Gain Perspective, and Don’t Let Little Things Ruin Your Life

By On May 18, 2017

Have you ever noticed how we, as human beings, have a tendency to overact to truly insignificant circumstances? I recently found myself in a situation where someone was surprised by my lack… Read More

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Rainbows and Pineapples

By On May 18, 2017

Have you ever sat back and thought about how cruel we and our fellow humans can be? How are we capable of such hatred towards fellow mankind? Who are we to determine… Read More

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Hurt people hurt people, healed people heal people

By On May 18, 2017

When it comes down to it, we all want to be loved for who we are, unconditionally.  I have this theory that our desire to be loved and accepted acts as the… Read More

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Every Day is a Choice

By On May 18, 2017

Sometimes the day doesn’t seem to even give you a starting chance. It’s easier to throw in the towel, to admit defeat, to let the world overwhelm and destroy. But we always… Read More