Monthly Archives: March 2014

I don’t feel Afraid of Commitment…

It’s not the long term that scares me about commitment.  Two things I’m trying to use to help me answer “How to know if I should stay in this relationship?” turns out to make it even more difficult for me … Continue reading

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I might be cursed

Some people think I had too much responsibility when growing up.  Due to family circumstances, I took on household chores such as laundry, cooking, and cleaning at the age of 9.  My mom was a stay at home, and illness … Continue reading

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Happy Day of Happiness – March 20th

Originally posted on Life Is Too Short:
Ha, that sounds redundant when you say it out loud.  And here is my favorite Happy song, a cover of the song Happy done by Walk Off The Earth. What a great day…

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Relationship Compatibility is not determined in the Fantasy Room

I apologize if this post heading is misleading, but I do not watch the Bachelor TV show.  I do listen to NPR and this weekend’s Wait Wait Don’t Tell me show included a comment from Ira Glass regarding this particular … Continue reading

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“…Despite Having Nothing, he’s Thankful for Everything”

Originally posted on Kindness Blog:
‘sir_a_ris’ wrote: “This is Mr. Roger. I met him over Christmas break one morning on my way to work when he fell over and could not get up. After helping him up he talked for…

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One Skype Call, One Doggy Missing his Owner and a Keyboard-Pillow

I often think about how our relationships with pets can be so fulfilling and meaningful.  And I wonder how to develop the same thing with other people.  It seems harder to love people unconditional, and to be fully accepting of … Continue reading

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Flowers

Originally posted on Laura's Lens:
Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul. Luther Burbank

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