Monthly Archives: August 2011

Big Fish

I just watched that movie tonight, Big Fish. I saw it when it first came out in about 2003. It’s a movie, based on a book, about a son trying to get to know his dying father, who used to … Continue reading

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Thought for the day…

A disabled child was shown a sink full of green tomatoes and one red apple. Which would you rather be, his mother asked, the green tomatoes or the red apple? The water, he replied. There’s always a third option. You … Continue reading

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The Measure of a Woman

Sometimes tweets really grab you. Let me explain. This morning my partner woke me at 6am (not as bad as it sounds, I always go back to sleep after he leaves for work) and I remember in that half-asleep dreamy … Continue reading

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Silent Sunday

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Silent Sunday

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Friday Heaven on Earth

I’m in he mood for appreciation, so I hope you can bare a bit of slushiness today. I am a Dan Rockwell convert. I love his work on Leadership, he does a great blog with short daily posts that frequently … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to me!

My birthday was actually Sunday, but I didn’t want to write about it then, it was Silent Sunday after all, so was going to tell you about on Monday and the riots happened so I’ve changed my mind a little … Continue reading

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Silent Sunday

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Normal Service Resumes

I was all set to transfer my new habit to my Ladytoastmaster blog until disaster struck. Well, it wasn’t really disaster. Disaster is a massive earthquake in a major city that kills 181 people and is followed by thousands of … Continue reading

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Miracles Do Happen…

A new month, time for a new 30-day challenge and already I have discovered that miracles really do happen. Sometimes they are big and flashy, sometimes they’re just so small only you can see them. I think today’s miracle falls … Continue reading

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