Monthly Archives: June 2007

My New Toy

This has been my dream car for years – it materialized at a used car lot 4 months ago and was priced to sell – it is 13 years old but pristine. Advertisements

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Letting Go

In life there are things we have no control over. Perhaps, I am the last one to realize this *big grin*. Summers always present with challenges in my world. I am a step mother. I chose this life in 2000 and for … Continue reading

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This is a day of new beginnings

One of my favorite modern hymns was written by Brian Wren. This Is A Day Of New Beginnings This is a day of new beginnings, time to remember and move on, time to believe what love is bringing, laying to … Continue reading

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Wanderlust – an update

He phoned at 6am telling me he is in Connecticut – an hour and a half out from his destination. He said the car has driven perfectly (it is almost 20 yrs old with over 200K miles on it) and … Continue reading

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Wanderlust

R and I are hanging tonight. Her father – my husband – decided to take a road trip. He has a friend of many years whose car is on its last legs. We have been blessed many times over when … Continue reading

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I am such a visual person

After a short deliberation, I suppose I have determined my favorite of the five senses. Don’t get me wrong – there is nothing like a piece of music that makes me cry or my heart soar. The smell of my … Continue reading

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Craigslist is a Wonderful Thing – or how I spent some of my bonus

It is so much fun to flip through the classifieds on Craigslist. I find all sorts of things – I rarely purchase them, but it is amazing what is out there. For those of you who don’t know, Craigslist is … Continue reading

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