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Everything I know About Fashion I Learned from my Father.

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I like fashion.  Part of me blushes with embarrassment at confessing such a thing. For three reasons.  One. It seems superficial and frivolous, especially when there are so many...

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The Orange Swivel Rocking Chair by the Window.

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I like to stare out the window.  It’s a relaxing and meditative diversion.  Some people experience this by looking heavenward to the stars.  Or by sitting in front of an...

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Never Can Say Goodbye.

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Goodbyes can be hard for me.  Especially when I’m saying them to someone I love.  Then they don’t feel very good at all.  But within every goodbye is the welcoming...

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Cut from the Same Cloth.

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I love fabric. Everything about it. The look. The feel. The smell.  Nothing puts me in a bright-hearted mood like walking the labyrinth aisles of a fabric store. There’s just...

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Life is a Beach.

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I can’t swim.  But I do like the water – to an extent. If my body were a map, my breast bone would be the dividing line.  Like the equator.  That’s the border between...

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Regrets, Do-Overs and the Day my Dog Died.

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I have regrets.  Probably more than I care to admit, or face.  I’m not one of those people who boldly declare, “I regret nothing.”  I don’t necessarily wallow in them...

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A Little Piece Of Heaven On Earth.

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I bake.  Cookies mostly.  But sometimes cakes on someone’s birthday.  Or pies at Christmas or Thanksgiving.  I love everything about baking – the ingredients, the...

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Growing the Compassion Muscle.

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At the start of every new year, I resolve.  I gave up resolving out-loud years ago, but I resolve none the less.  This year is no exception. Like a lot of people, I’ve...

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