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Like so many people in the past few weeks, I recently did the ice-bucket challenge for ALS. I was challenged by a cousin, and I in turn challenged four people. Honestly, I was tempted to skip it and just send … Continue reading
… Comes out in soundbites only. Even if you think you know what it means, or who said it, any explanations stay in Vegas. It’s worth noting, the trip got off to a “colorful” start, and stayed that way. Note: … Continue reading
I have just been awarded the The Sunshine Award, in blogging, by Lisa at Cyclingrandma. What a sunny way to start a day! I’ll say it again, the blogging community is an amazing entity. When I started my blog seven months … Continue reading
Spoiler alert: Family members– Do not read this post until after Christmas. Or, do not read the last paragraph. I can’t stop you of course, but I for one still believe in Santa, and I think you’d rather be surprised. … Continue reading