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45 Life Lessons from a 90 year old

I came across this beauty of a post via my StumbleUpon.  This is an excellent site for finding content on the web that is related to topics you care about.  Think of it as TiVO for the internet. 45 Life Lessons from a 90 year old Life isn’t fair, but it’s still good. When in … Continue reading

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My Claustrophobic New Life

Many of the changes that come with having children are subtle and some are dramatic. In any event it is important that you be aware of them because not accepting them will erode your peace. Continue reading

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Affect Others or They’ll Infect You

Make sure you are affecting the people you spend time with instead of letting them infect you.  There’s a big difference. – Joyce Meyer

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A Soldier’s Surprise

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Be Grateful

The hardest lesson for me to learn is how to be grateful and display gratefulness.  When I was growing up I would constantly have arguments with my mother over Thank You Notes.  Back then I couldn’t understand why purchasing a blank card, writing a few words, putting it into an envelope, addressing the envelope, purchasing … Continue reading

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To Leash or Not To Leash

It takes an experienced parent to come up with a toddler leash. It takes a non-parent to criticize them and people who use them. It takes one wandering toddler in public (that you are responsible for) to change that critic’s opinion. – Seize DaBooty Related articles Would You Put your Toddler on a Leash? (momfluential.net) … Continue reading

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Junk Pump 2000

Having watched my wife go through the exhausting effort of providing breast-milk to our children, I felt that it was time that I gave back to all of the breast-feeding mothers of the world. Enjoy! The Junk Pump 2000

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Family Comes First

A man should never neglect his family for business. – Walt Disney

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After You’ve Done All You Can

And here I stand
A shadow of my accomplishments
A fraction of my former income
A beggar on the steps of employment
A leach on the resources of my beloved
And what’s more…
I still stand Continue reading

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The Mayonnaise Jar and Two Cups of Coffee

A professor stood before his philosophy class and had some items in front of him When the class began, he wordlessly picked up a very large and empty mayonnaise jar and proceeded to fill it with golf balls. He then asked the students if the jar was full. They agreed that it was. Continue reading

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