Monthly Archives: September 2011

In Step

Koda, my miniature schnauzer, is 13 years old and weighs 8.2 pounds. I have had her since she was eight years old.  When we are outside, she twirls, pounces and chases me.  That’s about it.  She has never chewed my shoes or anything other than food for that matter.  A well-mannered and quiet dog (nothing […]

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Kentucky weather!

Today has been a perfect weather day!  Sunny, no humidity and around 75.  PERFECT!  I could keep this kind of weather all year long!!  A couple of weeks ago we had crazy weather!  On the weekend we set record highs for temps near or at 100 and then two days later we were setting record […]

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The Walk

 I purchased a cool pair of shoes recently at Macy’s.  These strappy sandals were a must have because they were 75% off, and they are of the “Born” label!!!  (Ladies, you know that Born shoes aren’t usually $21.00!) What makes them so cool is the color, style AND heel height.  I am at least two to […]

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Reunion Day

Last weekend we were blessed to attend a family reunion on my husband’s side of the family.  This Sunday we’re having one for my family.  It was great to see so many people that we don’t often get to see.  It was also twinged with sadness thinking of those not there. Family reunions are always […]

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Memory Stick for the Heart

Deodorant, deodorant, deodorant….I chanted as I walked back to the bathroom.  Far too often, I have to remind myself of why I am walking into a room so that when I get there I don’t spend time wondering, “Why did I come in here?” Repetition (chanting included) is just one memory technique.  Others include relaxing, […]

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Breaking News Mentality

We are constantly inundated with news.  “Breaking News” gets our attention daily.  Crisis after crisis is transmitted into our homes so often that we sometimes become hardened to the tragedies.  When someone’s pain and grief  do touch our hearts, we stop to pray for them in their time of need.  Then the next day or week, […]

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