Monthly Archives: May 2011

Childhood Dreams

I am a Star Trek fan. In 1986, The Voyage Home movie came out. Why am I mentioning this now… it was on tonight. In the hospital scene, Dr. McCoy gives a pill to a lady sitting in the hall … Continue reading

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One person can help so many people

I watched Oprah do her last show yesterday. I always knew she helped a lot of people, but did not really understand her impact till I saw the 64,000+ number of children she helped educate. I heard her friends say … Continue reading

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If I knew then, what I know now

If I knew then, what I know now. Sound familiar? I’ve thought this statement and heard this statement many times. As we go though each time door in life (20’s, 30’s, 40’s, 50’s and so on) and we go though … Continue reading

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Only 93 years ago

I am a baseball girl. My dad taught me about the Brooklyn Dodgers…his boyhood team. My dad had medical problems so baseball was a safe topic. I learned a lot about baseball and baseball history to make dad happy and … Continue reading

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Something that wasn’t there before

Did you ever have an experience that you had many times, but this time was different. What was different? What made this time different? It reminds me of a song from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast…something that wasn’t there before. … Continue reading

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The beat goes on

Think about the times in your life that you hold near and dear to your heart. Why these memories? Why these thoughts? Why these people? I am in Florida. The Casey Anthony case is on TV constantly for updates of … Continue reading

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Crayons to depict a Rembrandt

Would you use Crayons depict a picture of a Rembrandt ? Probably not. I am not saying my writing is good or anything like a Rembrandt. What I am saying is each tool has its function. Would you use a … Continue reading

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