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- Yes. Thank you. We need more articulate leaders willing to speak out. twitter.com/DanaLeaB1/stat… 6 days ago
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Category Archives: gratitude
‘When you’re traveling with someone else, you share each discovery, but when you are alone, you have to carry each experience with you like a secret, something you have to write on your heart, because there’s no other way to … Continue reading
As we get older it is only natural to think about what we are leaving behind, not that I have plans to leave this world anytime soon. The reality, however, that death is inevitable enters my thoughts more often now. … Continue reading
I just returned from a resale adventure. With my brother at the wheel, his wife at his side, we plunged into the self-proclaimed “World’s Longest Yard Sale” our pockets full of single bills, our heads filled with dreams of lost treasure … Continue reading
The older I get the harder it is to remember the facts about any given event in any sequential order or specific chronology. However, the things I do remember become qualitatively measured and then quantitatively recollected. Remembering my mom doesn’t … Continue reading
Eating on the patio of the restaurant Via Napoli gave us an authentic Italian experience. It was less crowded than the noisy indoor dining. When the Medieval Cortona Flag dance began and we couldn’t see the young male performers. Our … Continue reading
Great morning waking up to ibis in the pond below our balcony.
The Crisis in Ukraine has brought three women together with two common bonds, compassion for Ukraine and a passion for art. Irina Bondarenko, Irene Mokra and myself have been working together to organize an art sale to benefit individuals injured … Continue reading