What Do We Do Now?

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Today’s Topic: What Do We Do Now? It seems that in the last several days, the vitriol and pessimism and acrimony and gloom about our upcoming change in leadership have been flowing at full force. Maybe I’m just seeing it that way because of the fierce deluge from a slightly right-slanted social media and traditional […]

Movie Quote Thursday – Short Days and Short Nights

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Today’s Topic: Short Days and Short Nights Are you a night person or a morning person? Do you wake at 4:30am and hit the day hard, or do you feel your energy levels rise just after nightfall? When do you get going and when do you wind down? I’m both a day and a night […]

Movie Quote Thursday – Can’t We All Just Get Along?

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Movie Quote Thursday – Can’t We All Just Get Along I was talking to a friend of mine the other day who told me a story about losing a friend over a comment she had made on a social media site. The comment was an innocuous enough thought on a general topic to have expected […]

Movie Quote Thursday – The Dinner Table

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Movie Quote Thursday – The Dinner Table You know what they say about talking politics and religion at the dinner table: you shouldn’t. Contrary to that age-old advice, I think a lot of table talk in a lot of homes next week will be centered on politics. So instead of talking politics at the dinner […]

Movie Quote Thursday – Who Gets Your Vote?

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Movie Quote Thursday – Who Gets Your Vote? How much more can you listen to or read about next week’s Presidential election? Hopefully, the answer is a couple of paragraphs; otherwise you may have just deleted this short Movie Quote Thursday. We all know what is at stake, and we all know this particular election […]

Movie Quote Thursday – Change for Change

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    Movie Quote Thursday – Change for Change I’ve been saving up spare change for the last 6 or 7 years, and the other day, I put it to use. In the middle of dealing with my kids going away to college, getting engaged, preparing for my 5,000-mile bike ride across America, balancing work […]