Category Archives: Attitude

Sticktuitiveness

I’m tired and my brain is foggy. I called the skillet a skittle earlier today. As promised, here’s the answer to yesterday’s question: My “why” for doing the NaBloPoMo challenge was because I know that I’m supposed to be writing … Continue reading

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Good News and Bad News

I was talking to my father-in-law the other day, and he said that when people tell you two things, it’s always the second thing that is more important or carries more weight. Well, I have good news and bad news … Continue reading

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Love and Forgiveness

There’s a quote by Fred Rogers that has been circulated widely, especially in recent years with all of the natural disasters, horrific mass killings, and other tragedies that have been going on, about looking for the helpers when kids see … Continue reading

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Wise Words From My Mom & Jillian Michaels

I am reprinting this with permission of the author, my mom, who sent it to me in an e-mail today. She is a wise woman and had some inspiring thoughts on enduring trials and on the difficulties of aging. I … Continue reading

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Relax – It Will All Work Out

A few days ago, I was reading Roald Dahl‘s second autobiography, Going Solo, about the most incredible (but apparently true) story of a woman being carried away by a lion.  Somehow, the lion had gotten her into his mouth and … Continue reading

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