August Blog- “There’s GOLD in Them There Goals!”

As each of us experience our own life’s journey, each of us encounter our very own uniqueexperiences and an array of people whom we meet along the way. Whether raising families oradvancing careers, we all seem to quickly get into the business of managing tasks and time.Because the measure of time is limited and thus precious, the question then becomes “how canwe best use our time?” particularly as it relates to raising our children. As…

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June – Aspirations

After retiring from a long and rewarding career as a Nurse, I find a drive toward aspirations in a multitude of interests. In retirement there is the elusive commodity of TIME, time to pursue one’s interest. So, it is in my retirement years I am pursuing writings and education on child development by highlighting the Best one can be.  My book of Toddler Tootsies Take On The Day tells of Matt and Mattie’s choices whereupon they…

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May – Stop and Listen

Once a friend asked me what my favorite part of life is. “People. Definitely the people in my life,” I replied. The way each person has his or her own story to tell has always fascinated me. I cherish each story that has been entrusted to me, for with each story I have had a glimpse into the human soul. Many strangers pass through my life each day, but I have learned that if I…

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April – MEASLES

Measles were once eradicated in 2000 and now are back with vengeance!   It’s the worse measles outbreak of the century.   The measles have become more prevalent due to the changes in our lifestyles of not vaccinating and increased travel.   Why mess with Mother nature?….  ” If you don’t aggressively vaccinate against these diseases, they will win.  If humans change one thing then a chain reaction occurs that we often cannot foresee or predict, this is…

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