Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Lord Never Panics

“The Lord Never Panics.” I carried a leather key fob embossed with those words during my nursing school years. There were plenty of reasons to panic. I was taking pharmacology and microbiology, two classes for which I was ill prepared. … Continue reading

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Living Life Large

The waste collection man knocked on my door one quiet Sunday afternoon. “Just checking on your service,” he said. “Does only one family live here?” “Yes,” I answered, thinking his question a bit odd. “Well, it seems like you have … Continue reading

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Pour a Cup of Kindness

When I eat out at a restaurant, I like to be especially kind to waiters. I try to remember their name and use it when I say “thank you” as they refill my coffee. I have a ready smile for … Continue reading

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I Love Exclamation Points!

I’m an exclamation point kind of gal. I realize that I sprinkle exclamation points way too freely throughout my writing — not that they cost anything to use! I just use them liberally because I like them! They speak to … Continue reading

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