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Living in Past Tense

Yesterday marked 20 years that I would have been enlisted in the United States Air Force. On August 12, 1997, I raised my right hand and swore to serve and protect my country. I was honorably discharged, by choice, a couple years later. It didn't...

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Stealing My Own Joy

"I was committed to the work, and God blessed it."  Paula Deen Commitment.  One thing I've always had a problem with.  Wrote a post about it, like to read it here is my confession.  Listening to Paula Deen on Oprah's Life Class this past week say...

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Be Clear

A few days ago I took my dad out for a date. We went to the movies and grubbed until our stomachs fell over our pant's line afterward. During our drive to both destinations, we indulged in great conversation. We talked about...

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What is blogging? According to Merriam Webster: a Web site that contains an online personal journal with reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks provided by the writer.A lot has been on my mind the last few weeks. The direction of my life has been the...

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Managing My Time

Lately I have been doing a piss poor job of managing my time. I find everything to do except what I NEED to do. I've been perusing the blogsphere like crazy. Been finding some very thought-provoking blogs that have really got me pondering a...

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Heavy Heart

Friday night I went to bed with a heavy heart. I have so much going on over here and it just doesn't seem like there is relief coming any time soon. There is so much that I want to do, but I feel like...

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