Monthly Archives: January 2020

God is Working While We Wait

Dear Reader: Waiting is given a bad rap in today’s society. Your boss wants the answer right not…not ten minutes from now. All of the new “computer games and communication gadets” promote less waiting time on their new network – … Continue reading

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The North West Region Decided to Visit Lowcountry South Carolina and Stay

Dear Reader: It must really be easy to be a weatherman these days in our lowcountry area…”Chance of rain, wind, forties, fifties…almost making sixty…before bellowing dark clouds move back in and then more rain….to be repeated tomorrow. “And you have … Continue reading

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Showing Up at the Right Moment in Time

Dear Reader: The other day a talk show was discussing the four components to raising well-rounded, secure children…it doesn’t time, money, an expensive car or home…it simply takes adults giving up their personal ¬†“Presence” time to share thoughts together with … Continue reading

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The Tide is Turning…

Dear Reader: I am happy to announce that, as of yesterday, I rejoined the human race. Anne brought me some pasta and bread to try to get and keep something in my stomach and it worked. I have lost over … Continue reading

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Ex Libris…A Moment of Personal Pride

Dear Reader: True confession…you know the old brain is only functioning on a few neurons…when you forget to add the last section of your blog post. Remember how yesterday the importance of libraries on a child’s life was discussed, along … Continue reading

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Finding Another New World Through Books

Dear Reader: How many of you, growing up, wanted have a part in one of Jo’s skits in Little Women-like me, or dance with Winnie the Pooh, or separate the good witches from the bad ones, or ride a gentle … Continue reading

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Intuitive Dawnings

The Train At birth we boarded the train and met our parents, and we believe they will always travel by our side. As time goes by, other people will board the train and they will be significant… i.e. our siblings, … Continue reading

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Want to Forget Your Troubles for a Day…Enter the world of a Two-Year-Old!

Dear Reader: Entering the world of a two-year-old and seeing the world through their eyes is provocative, hilarious, and just pure fun! I managed to maneuver through the heavy morning traffic and get to Walsh and Mollie’s in time to … Continue reading

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Transitioning is Difficult but Necessary to Find the Real Us

Dear Reader: So much of my childhood was spent terrified that something would happen to mother and then what would happen to Ben, David, and me? A lingering question that brought tears to the surface in a matter of seconds. … Continue reading

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The Power of Childhood Friendships..Random ChildhoodFlashbacks

Dear Reader: The human brain amazes me more each day of my life. I fell asleep yesterday afternoon on the sofa and when I woke up some television show was on ¬†with a main character named Joanne. Still semi-conscious and … Continue reading

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