#WeekendCoffeeShare – November 22, 2015

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If you and I were having coffee right now … I would apologize for the clutter and lament how I just seem to not be able to stay on top of things.

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#WeekendCoffeeShare – November 15, 2015

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If you and I were having coffee right now … I would thank you for meeting me on a Sunday evening.  I would ask you how you’ve been and what kind of week you had. Continue reading

In Search of a Niles

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This was written in response to BlogHer’s NaBloPoMo writing prompt: If you had a personal assistant who would do your most dreaded tasks, which items from your to-do list would you assign out?


 

Immediately, I conjure up images of television “personal assistants”; Niles, Tony, Mr. French. Wouldn’t it be lovely to have a butler to help me through the day?  What would my personal assistant do? That’s easy everything I don’t want to do or can’t do. Continue reading

#WeekendCoffeeShare – November 8, 2015

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If you and I were having coffee right now … I would thank you for agreeing to meet me in the hospital coffee shop. Meeting here is so much easier for me this week. Continue reading

Sunshine and Happiness

NaBloPoMo_2015This much delayed response to multiple award nominations received in September and October shall serve as my NaBloPoMo post for today.

 

 


In just over a month I have received four award nominations; two for The Sunshine Blogger Award, one for The Blogger Recognition Award an one for the Versatile Blogger Award.  Since all four nominations came at relatively the same time, I have decided to take a page or two out of the “book” on how to handle multiple award nominations written by A Momma’s View.  I will be writing one post for all four nominations. Continue reading

It Takes A Village

NaBloPoMo_2015This was written in response to today’s NaBloPoMo prompt: What is the most important lesson you learned as a child, and who taught it to you?

 


I’ve thought about this prompt throughout the day and I don’t think there is just one important lesson of my childhood and consequently not just one teacher.  I do believe it takes a village to raise a child.  And as Maya Angelou said, “At our best, we are all teachers.”
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Leader of the Free World

NaBloPoMo_2015This was written in response to today’s NaBloPoMo prompt: What did you think was the coolest job in the world when you were younger? Do you still feel that way now?

 


Did I ever miss the boat when selecting a career; I paid little to no attention to the clues of my childhood.  The likes and dislikes of my childhood were like breadcrumbs left on the path to happiness and I pretty much ignored them throughout my early career leaving things to chance. Continue reading