Monthly Archives: July 2015

Pop-Up Art

Friday, July 31, 2015 Today I am grateful for pop-up art. After we dropped the granddaughter off at her boyfriend’s house (yes, boyfriend) the other day, we decided to come home via the Delaware River Road. It’s longer and windy … Continue reading

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Learning to Drive

Thursday, July 30, 2015 Today I am grateful for learning to drive. Guess whose granddaughter is learning to drive a car? Right! Talk about feeling old! But not so old that I don’t remember that incredible right-of-passage. My parents insisted … Continue reading

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Work Friends

Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Today I am grateful for work friends. It’s always nice when you can maintain friendships upon changing or leaving a job. When I left my last job, under odd conditions, it was the end of the … Continue reading

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Another Cluster

Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Today I am grateful for another cluster of friends. When I “retired” it was not under the best of circumstances. I wasn’t ready to retire, financially or emotionally, but my work situation warranted that while it … Continue reading

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Clusters of Friends

Monday, July 27, 2015 Today I am grateful for clusters of friends. I’m going to be doing a little series on the different clusters of friends I have made. . .some in the last three years. Who says an old … Continue reading

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Courage of Convictions

Sunday, July 26, 2015 Today I am grateful for the courage of my convictions. I have harped ad-nauseum about celebrating yourself no matter what size you are. I really believe that our souls and kindness will not be determined by … Continue reading

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Day Off

Saturday, July 25, 2015 Today I am grateful that Leo and I are taking the day off and I’m going to the pool with my son and granddaughter. Leo will guard the house until John comes home because he won’t … Continue reading

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