Heating Things Up & Slowing Them Down

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Phew! Is it ever hot and muggy on this Tennessee morning! Though I knew it was wishful thinking, I hoped that those dark clouds blowing in last night would have brought with them a little cooler air. Um, no. This morning’s air is stifling, muggy like a swamp. As I walked across the parking lot, wiling my mind to think … Read More

It’s a Small, Small, Microscopic World

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I’m not sure how old I was the first time my family went to Disney World, but I do recall taking Fave and Beauty when they were toddlers themselves. Just like my parents had done many times over the years, Warren and I had taken our children to visit relatives living in Florida. I have fond memories of running through … Read More

Leading the Way

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 I took this photo of the staircase in Independence Hall, Philadelphia Phew, Journeyer, has it ever been a whirlwind week! Traveling has a way of putting sails beneath our time, and I’ve been hitting the highways and skyways for sure. After returning from Hay House’s writing workshop in Denver, I spent Tuesday finishing last week’s Happy Happens piece, getting it … Read More

Super Moments

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The Superbowl. “Which team are you rooting for, the one with the white helmets?” That would be me, inciting chuckles from the avid football fans at this year’s SB party. This year we broke from tradition of hosting the gathering at our house, and though that is my favorite part of the season’s event—entertaining and having opportunity to break out all … Read More

Designs, Destinations, Devices, and Delight

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 We’re on the road, again. (queue music…) Our family minus one…soon to be minus two, once more… Beauty returns to college today. Big Guy has a soccer game two hours from home, a quick jaunt compared to our usual destinations. And as luck would have it, the field is on the way to the college, nearly half the five-hour … Read More