Superstars Mocking Their Celebrity

With the passing of the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, I was reminded of what a Diva she was considered to be. Like the Queen of England, Aretha always carried her purse  and while she performed, she’d place her purse on the floor next to the piano. Her staff addressed her as Ms. Franklin. In […]

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What Audio Books Can’t Deliver

Yesterday I discussed how and why I listened to audio books, and how my love of being read to evolved into a membership with Audible Books. I promised that today I’d give examples of what I miss about actual, hand-held books and what audio books can’t deliver. Aside from the new book smell, the crack […]

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A Retrospective Look

When I look back over my life, I can’t see me  settling down. Feelings of satisfaction and completion are at war with feelings for more. My kids are grown and, by my standards, successful. My husband of these last 100 years seems content to stay with me. I enjoy my home, family, and friends. I […]

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A New Book Release—THE ALTERNATIVE—by S. Burke #RRBC

Today I’m proud to host author S. Burke as she tours the blogosphere introducing her new book. Please give her a read. Her stories are awesome.  Welcome to Day 4  of my Choose “THE ALTERNATIVE” Blog Tour. With my grateful thanks to my marvelous host. Thank you for joining me here. Today I’d like to […]

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You be the judge!

The Daily Post Word Prompt—GUILTY There are the things I’m guilty of: Not exercising Exercise has to be a lifestyle. My lifestyle is to sit. Not achieving weight loss goals Not being able to loose is frustrating because I walk and workout for at least a month before I quit. When I weigh myself, expecting […]

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