Monthly Archives: September 2013

An Uncommon Love Story

Today is our wedding anniversary.  My husband, Sam, and I are celebrating thirty- three years of marriage.  Of love and joy.  Struggle and strife.  As I sat down to write this week’s post, what I thought would be easy and … Continue reading

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Reading Between the Lines

I’m not a black and white thinker with most things.  Nor have I ever colored within the lines.  But I’ve always tried to read between them. I call that intuition. Upon meeting someone new, my intuition is like an excited … Continue reading

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ORANGE CRUSH

OR – ANGE you glad Football season has arrived?  In our house everything is coming up Orange! (and maroon).  My husband, Sam, is a Hokie.  I’m a Hokie by marriage only, which makes me an adopted child in the worldwide … Continue reading

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Aerating your Lawn: A Metaphor for Life

Last weeks blogpost was heavy…very heavy.  It felt good to release that part of me.  An incremental speck of who I am.  I’ve been called an old soul, philosophical (much to my family’s chagrin at times), and I recently learned … Continue reading

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