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  • Cohen’s plea deal and Manafort’s conviction

    On Twitter this morning, Brit Hume referenced this article, written for the National Review by Andrew C. McCarthy.  It is a very good read on the recent convictions of Trump’s campaign manager and his attorney. I, for one, am not alarmed at the these events, …

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  • NFL’s hypocrisy

    I realize I have been silent for quite sometime – just didn’t have much to say given our current climate of a vitriolic left advocating violence.  But this showed up in my in-box today, and after verifying its content, I wanted to share it.  The …

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  • The New Normal

    I almost said this, the other day, to my friend, as she was burying her beloved sister.  But I thought better of it – it sounded too cruel to remind her of her new normal – life without her best friend, her sister. At the …

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  • Inner Child

    I took this from Instagram, from thinkgrowprosper.  It is a beautifully poignant comment about how we should be living. thinkgrowprosper“It demonstrates a conflict between a man and a woman as well as the outer and inner expression of human nature. Their inner selves are executed …

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  • A word to the wise

    Once again, I post other people’s words.  They are far better at putting pen to paper than I am, yet they resonate so strongly within me I am compelled to share them with my tiny circle of friends.  Be inspired, be motivated, be loved. Here is …

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  • Nature

    Nature can do a lot to soothe a brain burp. Here, in Oregon, amid trees, waterfalls, and wildlife, I take refuge from the world. Here, things seem calmer, quieter, and more acceptable. Here, I can hear myself think, I can feel my heart swell with …

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  • There is no explanation

    Ever wonder why we even exist?  I do.  But there are no answers.  No explanation. Nothing. So then I wonder “where we are going?” on this journey through life.  And I marvel at how man has developed life, with its many inconvient complications and unintended …

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  • CSPAN – not your usual soundbite

    I love CSPAN. Can’t get enough of it. When my husband is traveling, I have it on all the time. When he is home, I watch it in snippets.  At the gym, I always get one of the channels tuned to CSPAN 1 2 or …

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  • Meteoric Demise

    They came in, heralding their expertise. Halfway through it, I knew one was a self-indulgent con, the others just plain conceited and ignorant, a deadly combination. Yet “meteoric rise” was a phrase the con liked to use, but truth was, he’d executed a “meteoric demise”. …

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  • Where does the time go?

    We are struggling to keep up with ourselves. It seems we just got up, and we turn around, and it’s time for bed! Yes, we are early risers. And these days, we are spending about 3 hours hiking the hills. By the time you get …

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