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Week 20 – Hindsight is 30/20

Week 20 – Hindsight is 30/20

For eye exams, 20/20 means you can see at 20 feet what a normal person can see at 20 feet. 30/20 means that you can see at 30 feet what a normal person would see at 20 feet, so this would indicate that you’ve got pretty good eyesight! Seems I can’t write a blog post dealing with JUST the current week; I always have to revisit earlier weeks — in this case, back to week 16 — you remember; the…

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Week 19 (and 18, and 17 and…): Grateful

Week 19 (and 18, and 17 and…): Grateful

I was finishing up dinner tonight… after reading the Master Key lesson for week 19. I was thinking about doing my gratitude cards¬† for each day — or at least a few days — when a BUNCH of things I’m grateful for started flashing through my head: I’m alive… again! I am healthy I am free of prescription meds My baby boy’s birthday is tomorrow I woke up this morning My kids love me … and the list went on…

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Week 18 – The Beat Goes On!

Week 18 – The Beat Goes On!

Greetings! your awesomeness(s)! That is the PLURAL of “your awesomeness”, because I want to make sure I acknowledge every single one of you! As I sit here sipping my freshly brewed coffee and snacking on ginger snaps and crunchy peanut butter, I’d like to say it’s been an awesome week. No particular reason; I’ve had frustrations, technical/equipment problems, unscheduled interruptions, difficulties, work not done, stuff not handled… AND… I didn’t even come CLOSE to winning that Work Week challenge with…

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Week 6 – The Force is With Me

Week 6 – The Force is With Me

A number of things have happened in the past couple of weeks that gave me cause — and pause — to smile, giggle or scratch my head. Creating new habits on the fly, minor compulsions to “do something now,”¬† ideas coming to me while I’m typing that change what I’m about to say while images pop into my head of Subby or the universe winking at me and dollar signs flashing before my eyes — okay, maybe I imagined that…

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