Monthly Archives: October 2019

10 Character Traits I Admire

It is difficult to list the ten character traits I most admire in others but here goes (in no certain order): l. Loving 2. Empathetic 3. Tenacious 4. Compassionate 5. Conscientious 6. Confident 7. Mentally tough 8. Joyful 9. Positive … Continue reading

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Angels on Earth

It seems only yesterday when my Dad passed from his earthly life. October 18, 1990. Crowded into a tiny phone booth in Schweindorf, our two children and I had a tearful conversation with my Dad. He was dying of cancer … Continue reading

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On Revolving Doors

There is an expression that good things come in threes. Since our basement work with water issues had to be reworked, the foreman and crew arrived today. Earlier than anticipated but fine nonetheless. It seemed as if the good weather … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

Ever have one of those days? One of those moments? Favoring pockets instead of a purse, I am wont to put keys, cards, and other such in my pockets. But which ones? And where? Recently I locked myself out of … Continue reading

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