Monthly Archives: February 2020

What To Take into a New Frontier…

Dear Reader: All of us are becoming aware (slowly or suddenly) of a very real situation that is coming faster than we imagined…the ‘frontier’ of the Caronavirus….in other words…the “unknown” and “uncertainty” of the potential and the reality of this … Continue reading

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Looking for a Rare Treasure? Look Into the Human Face

Dear Reader: I remember as a child hating going into old antique stores with my aunts and great-aunts. It was their favorite thing to do but at seven or eight…those stores smelled musty and moldy and dusty to me. I … Continue reading

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Always Follow the Natural Path…Be True to Yourself

Dear Reader: It has taken me almost a lifetime to fully recognize the importance of staying on my own, unique natural path in life..not the high maintenance kind where every leaf, bush, and tree is in place. What got me … Continue reading

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Whew! We Don’t Have to Save the World!

Dear Reader: Haven’t we all known people in our lives who seem to have not gotten the message that they, themselves, don’t have to save the world? I remember grandmother shaking her head when a certain woman would arrive from … Continue reading

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Aging Tenderly with Grace and Gentleness

Dear Reader: Yesterday I had lunch out with friends and as I was paying my bill…I noticed the sign (above) on the wall adjacent to our booth. Immediately…my thoughts transferred  ‘tender steaks that have aged’  to a different direction and … Continue reading

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The Well-Preserved Beauty of Edisto Island

Dear Reader: A book sure can be a life-saver, can’t it…when it arrives at just the perfect time! This happened last week. Brooke told me about a book some friends gave her…a fictional story set on Edisto Island in the … Continue reading

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Reflections on a ‘Frosty Morn’…

Dear Reader: The human memory never ceases to amaze me…like Carol Poole remembering the little story of the bird with limited wing capacity but plenty of song left in her. That story would have been lost forever in my memory … Continue reading

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