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Flying Clocks

A million years ago “Time flies like an arrow; Fruit flies like a banana.” Groucho Marx It has been 20 years since I started high school.  20 YEARS.  The time sitting in Pre-Algebra seemed to tick backwards and not soar … Continue reading

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Good friends!

TODAY IS THANKFUL THURSDAY!  And today I am THANKFUL for good friends! Friends that can sit on SKYPE and talk for over an hour while I’m still in my pajamas! 19 month old friends with strawberry blondish curly hair stuck … Continue reading

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little red bull

Just like life, when you think everything’s been decided, the plans magically change depending on the littlest thing, the decision to turn the car right or left, go with the flow of traffic or against, and in that split second, … Continue reading

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trendy fitness

Why I love cheerleading Cheerleading gave me a purpose.  A productive purpose that produced a tangible outcome.  The outcome that makes me feel like I’m doing something worthwhile, promoting fitness, and occupying time constructively.  That is why I love still … Continue reading

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Mindfulness

You don’t get to choose how you’re going to die. Or when. You can decide how you’re going to live now. Joan Baez OMG. So true.  I know how precious every single moment is, and knew then, ever since after … Continue reading

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the Art of Perfectionism

  PERFECTION: what is it? and how to attain?  That is the question that I am always striving to answer. No matter how good something is, I’m still trying to improve it until its great.  My mom says that I … Continue reading

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C’est la Vie

There’s nothing else you can say.  Sometimes life sucks, circumstances suck, but that’s life.  There is nothing you can do about it.  I (of all people) think I know that best.  Sigh, when life gives you lemons make lemonade. In … Continue reading

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