The Quest For New Friends

Recently, I wanted to spend the day exploring a neighborhood with which I was somewhat unfamiliar. So… [more]

The Quest For New Friends The Quest For New Friends

Wrapped in Love’s Armor

Recently, a good friend sent me an email that carried such a message of caring beauty that I thought… [more]

Wrapped in Love’s Armor Wrapped in Love's Armor

WARNING: Doing the Dishes Might Lead to Sex!

That’s right, all men out there that are in relationships who do not want to have sex… DO NOT DO… [more]

WARNING: Doing the Dishes Might Lead to Sex! WARNING: Doing the Dishes Might Lead to Sex!

WARNING: Doing the Dishes Might Lead to Sex!

by Jason Weberman February 6, 2012
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That’s right, all men out there that are in relationships who do not want to have sex… DO NOT DO THE DISHES!!! There is a direct correlation to doing housework and getting laid. You don’t believe me? Go ahead, I dare you to vacuum the living room or do a load of laundry. Even more…I [...]

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‘Chinese’ New Year Resolutions

by Samantha Everett January 22, 2012
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What’s that you say? I’m three weeks late for making resolutions? Oh. You know, when you first become a parent, you tend to think that every problem is a big one, and that it will not go away unless you figure out some magic solution to the problem and, in the meantime, you might just [...]

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Sweating The Small Stuff

by Phyllis Weberman January 20, 2012
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A special benefit of the retirement years has been that I have had the time to learn about myself, to set goals for my own personal development, and to pause to take pleasure in all that is around me. I try to see my days as part of a smorgasbord of life’s events, expecting them [...]

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Autumn

by Samantha Everett December 19, 2011
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A few days ago I took my three girls (ages 4 and 2) for a walk to the market. A market that is less than a quarter mile from my house. A market that takes me less than five minutes to reach on foot. But since the last time I went grocery shopping alone was [...]

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