Monthly Archives: June 2017

Shelters and Shields

The baby contentedly chews on colorful balls, rings, and crunchy baby books, and occasionally toddles along inside edges of the expert-approved plastic fencing. A safe area for baby. He’s protected, but doesn’t always view life that way. When he feels … Continue reading

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Do You Suffer From EA?

We. Lost. Broadband. Because we bundle services, satellite, internet and the land line, all vanished in the snap of a finger. Misery ensued. Cold, clammy, sweaty, pale. Couldn’t catch my breath. I quickly realized I suffered from EA – Electronic … Continue reading

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Have you spiritually decluttered?

Traveling inspires me. When I return sometimes I yearn to drag out canvas and acrylics or tap out deep thought on the computer. Other times I aim to start a new exercise regime or jump into healthier eating. But this … Continue reading

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