Monthly Archives: January 2009

Life Is For the Birds Revisited

Original from the internet via bikehikebabe. Labels by Jean Browman.   I used this picture without the labels in When Life Is For the Birds. It has even more meaning for me now. Update: This post was written before President … Continue reading

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Tempting Fate?

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Life is Uncertain

  That was the saying on a T-shirt I wore at work when our division was downsizing. As I wrote in What I Learned From Being Downsized, it was scary time but also one of the happiest of my life. … Continue reading

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Treat Yourself to a Cup of Warmth

Mega China My husband has been getting the Wall Street Journal for years. He reads most of it…I look at the headlines and will read an article or two of special interest. It’s one way I keep in touch with … Continue reading

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Another Year Down the Tubes?

  One of my all-time-favorite birthday cards was from Peanuts: Linus: Don’t think of it as just another birthday! Think of it as another year spent mastering the intricacies of a rewarding and demanding life! Snoopy: Well, that sounds better … Continue reading

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