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Dreyer’s English, Godin’s This is Marketing, and Kaufman’s Personal MBA. And, yes, I used the (damned) comma.

So far this year I have purchased, and am currently reading, three “How To” non-fiction books. I purchased all three in paper, or hardcover as two of them are only available in physical form in hard cover editions. Generally I … Continue reading

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Happy Family Day

Today is Family Day here in Ontario. Family Day takes place on the third Monday of February. It’s also observed in New Brunswick, Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia; it’s called Islander Day in PEI, Louis Riel Day in Manitoba, and … Continue reading

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A Visit to Louisa May Alcott’s Home

We went to visit Louisa May Alcott’s home. Because I wrote in my diary that I wanted to be a writer when I was eight and I didn’t read Little Women until I was ten, I know my career decision … Continue reading

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It’s February!

It’s the first Monday of the month. That’s me. So I thought I’d let you know what’s going on in my life. Sign language class is killing me. I’m far from conversational. I can say things like I’ll met you. … Continue reading

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Do You Love the Golden Girls?

If you’ve ever watched the Golden girls, you won’t forget each one’s attributes. I have laughed with, cried with and cheered on the three hilarious ladies who make up the Golden Girls. My mom loved the program. Above all, she … Continue reading

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“So, what’s stopping you?” A pivotal question for 2019

At a New Year’s Eve party a group of us were talking about trips taken in 2018 and those scheduled for 2019. Recently having returned from Scotland, I mentioned that I’d love to live there half the year. A friend … Continue reading

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Skip the Resolutions

We all have bucket lists but often they border on the impossible or way-too -expensive to really be realistic. As my friend and I discussed bucket lists one day, we drifted slightly off the subject to another friend of hers. … Continue reading

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