Aspire to Inspire
Just my Cup of Tea
Ah food! I could quite possibly rave on about it all day. I love food, the smell, the sight, the texture, the passion. Yes, food is passion, which explains why as I got older my bottom decided it wanted its own zip code and I’m not the size two I used to be. Actually that has more to do with steroids administered a lifetime ago and the fall out... [Read more of this review]
Focus – Everything In Its Own Time
Have you noticed how there is a season for everything? I’m not talking about the weather or time but more that ideas catch on when the world is ready to hear them.
For example, we’ve always needed light, but the incandescent lamp couldn’t be invented until they world was ready! In prehistoric times our caves were lit by fires, then wooden stakes... [Read more of this review]
Open letter to our Military – by Laine D
It’s not enough to say… “Thank you” – but I do.
It’s not enough to pray for you every night - but I do.
It is not enough to think about the privations you endure for us - but I do.
It is not enough to think about the freedoms you give up daily to keep us free - but I do.
It is not enough to shake your hand and thank you when... [Read more of this review]
A Challenge Met
A Challenge Met
An eon ago (only two weeks really but it seems much longer) I accepted Brandy Mychals -14 day Blog Challenge. Never having taken part in a blogging challenge before I wasn’t sure what to expect and, since I had not produced any freeform literary endeavor with a deadline other than my own in 3 decades the prospect was mildly terrifying
However... [Read more of this review]
At this time of year giving becomes an important topic, but in this case I’m not talking about the bait and switch of Black Friday or the ubiquitous buy one get 10 free which clogs our society.
Instead, I want to raise the topic of adding value, and to challenge you to see what ripples you make in the pond that make people ... [Read more of this review]
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