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#TWT/3TC – Hope

Even though we’re drenched from walking the trail in the rain, we had fun and hope to do it again.


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Oldest and Youngest

Debbie at “Travel With Intent” challenged us this week to post opposites for the One Word Sunday prompt.

This cherished photo is of my son at 2 months old, held by his great-great-grandfather on his 102 birthday. They represented our youngest and oldest family members at the time.


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Posted in Encouragement, Inspiration, Life, Positive Affirmation, Prompt

Let Today Be The Day

Looking back thinking someone may need to receive this message today. Happy Monday!

– Arthur Ashe Start where you are… Whether it’s going back to school, launching the business you’ve always dreamed about, giving your life to God, or…

Let Today Be The Day

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Wordless Wednesday – 100 Years


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Hot or Cold? Hmm…

Truthful Tuesday with PCGuyIV posed the question: Would you rather endure cold winter weather or hot summer weather?

Ying Yang image by Polinaraulina on Dreamstime

Cold winter weather seems to be my body’s fiercest enemy so I’d rather the heat of summertime. Growing up in New York I didn’t complain about neither because it just was what it was and there was no way around it. “Snow days” weren’t as quickly declared back then as they are now so I spent many a days trudging the streets in deep snow to get to either school or work in frigid temperatures. People always say “Oh, you’re from New York so you should be used to this,” but during the 15 years I lived in Florida, getting assimilated to the scorching hot temps was par for the course and now cold air hits me like a ton of bricks. The weather in my current hometown has much milder temperatures so neither the cold nor heat are too overbearing.


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