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Drowning in My Thoughts- A Brief but Connected Conversation

It was a good morning as I walked into my favorite coffee shop, a gathering place for people from all walks of life. What I did not know, was that my good morning was about to become a great morning. … Continue reading

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Hit `em with a HUG!

Growing up with three brothers, being the youngest, I had my fair share of ‘rough and tumble’. Lots of bumps, scrapes and bruises came with the territory. Having three older brothers was awesome and what made it even more exciting … Continue reading

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HOW I SURVIVED RAISING THREE GIRLS…A TRILOGY – My Greatest Teachers

 When a family has all girls, it is always the husband/dad that gets the sarcastic self-pity. In this article, T.E. will be encouraged to share the ups and downs of living with all women and how he has “survived.”  Yes, … Continue reading

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“With the Swipe of a Finger” Meditation Tips for a Busy Mind

For those of you who have considered meditation, I applaud you. In a world that is ever moving, which does not appear to present many opportunities for us to pause, it can seem challenging to find the time to meditate. … Continue reading

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