Monthly Archives: September 2010

Sympathy Vote?

I was watching Survivor yesterday. A woman shared she has a prosthetic leg to her group when she felt comfortable. One of her team mates said she will have to be voted off. The team-mate found her threatening to her because “she would get … Continue reading

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He did remember

I experienced something kind, wonderful and beautiful today. The person who did it probably does not realize how wonderful it was because he is gifted. I’ve gone to Catholic School since 1st grade till 12th grade. I’ve gone to many … Continue reading

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Your destination

I went to a meeting this morning. I spoke to John, who works at a bank. He got me thinking. He said, “challenges or illnesses is a charge that gets people going. If they have $ in the bank or … Continue reading

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Where everybody knows your name

Remember the old TV show, Cheers? Whenever Norm Peterson walked in the bar, everyone would yell…Norm!!! There is something to be said for friends and familiar faces. “You want to go where everyone knows your name and they are always … Continue reading

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