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End of an Era

Jun 27th, 2009 | By | Category: Miscellaneous

Michael Jackson via last.fm It’s official…The 80s has reached the end of an era. Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, took the era with him when he died yesterday of a heart attack. But, it wasn’t just Michael that left this world this week. Farrah Fawcett and Ed McMahon also died this week. All three […]



Pray for Iran

Jun 21st, 2009 | By | Category: News

Image via Wikipedia Americans complain daily about how hard life is. After following the stories about what is going on in Iran, I think we¬† have much to be thankful for in this country. Iran seems to be on the cusp of another revolution at the hands at the Basij. While I realize there are […]



Eating Together

Jun 20th, 2009 | By | Category: Health

Image via Wikipedia Remember when you were a child and families sat down together at the table every night at the same time for dinner? You probably weren’t allowed to inform your parents you weren’t going to eat at that time or tell them you’d just skip because it wasn’t your favorite dish. Back then, […]



Time Flies

Jun 19th, 2009 | By | Category: Miscellaneous

Time is said to be the only thing we can’t regenerate. If we waste it, it won’t come back to us. If we spend it, we don’t get to enjoy except in memories. And, if we save it, it will not be there when we go back for it. And yet, it is the one […]



We All Laugh in the Same Language

Jun 17th, 2009 | By | Category: Miscellaneous

A series of thoughts ensured I’d have something to write about today. I thought of posting a review of products on EZ Vacuum, relating opinions on the historical events of the day (including the famous run from the law made by O.J. Simpson fifteen years ago today) and even researching new methods of water treatment […]



Reclaiming a Dream

Jun 15th, 2009 | By | Category: Miscellaneous

Our grandparents and great-grandparents had a dream. As they toiled each day at a variety of jobs, raised families, worked in the home and on the farms, they dreamed of retirement. So vivid was their dream, they made it a reality by putting into place a plan in w hich they could stop working after […]



Preserving Your Budget

Jun 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Miscellaneous

The economy took a dive in recent months and millions felt the result as jobs were lost and incomes decreased dramatically. Then, we had a presidential election and Obama took office. He immediately pushed through a recovery plan spanning more than 1,000 pages in length. Since then, we’ve seen the big 3 car dealers struggle […]



Cleaning up the Air

Jun 11th, 2009 | By | Category: Health

After spending some time in the hospital for health problems related to breathing, I decided the first thing I should write about upon returning home this morning is dust and irritants in the air. For those of us living with COPD, Asthma, Emphysema, and Bronchitis, this is a major cause of distress. Yet, to date, […]



What can you do?

Jun 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Miscellaneous

This year has already proven to be one for the history books. Now at the halfway point, I wanted to touch upon a few things that have happened and what we have learned from them. As I have experienced my own setbacks as of late, I have had time to reflect on what we think […]



Green Lifestyles

May 30th, 2009 | By | Category: Green Living

It occurred to me that some may feel only certain people can go green because the cost, work, and expected outcomes of those who chose to go green would certainly require a bit more income. However, no money at all is required to help the planet and there are no jet sets for those living […]



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