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Gay Pride Parades – Now More Than Ever

I’m always hopeful when I write about Gay Pride that this will be the last year I have to explain why indeed it is we still need Gay Pride Parades. Ask me why we need Gay Pride Parades, and I’ll … Continue reading

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Life is about Your Choices – Choose Wisely.

Perhaps the answers to life lie in not where we’re going, but where we have been. And maybe not so much where we have been, but who was there with us – who traveled the road with us. Who ran … Continue reading

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Grudges – Do you hold them?

Grudge: Noun: A persistent feeling of ill will or resentment resulting from a past insult or injury Verb: Be resentfully unwilling to give, grant, or allow (something). ______________________________________________________________________________ Why do we hold grudges?  Seriously, I’m asking why. I come from … Continue reading

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Regrets – I’ve had a Few…

I’ve been introduced to Bronnie Ware and her book: “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying,” – which in turn has introduced me once again to my life. Bronnie Ware is a palliative nurse in Australia who has spent several … Continue reading

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January 27, 2012 – “It’s a crazy, damned world, Barbie Sue.”

I’m always amazed when I realize even at age 59 I’ve learned a life lesson.  I know I shouldn’t be amazed, for life in itself  is the greatest teacher we will ever have, but still – it’s always a surprise … Continue reading

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