Monthly Archives: July 2013

Learning to Blog/Write Professionally

Learning, learning, learning! Have you ever written something that will be read by many many people and gone back to read it one more time right after the final draft has gone out and found some glaring error that you … Continue reading

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Guest Post: The Cutter on Happy Blogging

Dear Cutter…I loved your blog and I’m a quite old person compared to you. I loved it because there’s already way too much negativity in the world. We need more stuff to laugh at (or”stuff at which to laugh” for … Continue reading

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Planting My Tree

I planted a tree the other night…I started about 8 pm and finished sometime after 1 am. I gathered all the tools I needed, got a hose hooked up to the water, and started to dig the hole. Now according … Continue reading

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Independence Day & The National Debt

I couldn’t help thinking, while watching the incredible Fireworks on the Hudson presented by Macy’s in NYC, how much money it all cost. Don’t get me wrong…I love the July 4 celebrations and especially the fireworks. But when we have … Continue reading

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Just Another Day in Paradise

I’d like to write a bit about my day and the joy that comes from accomplishing little tasks, from working on something until success and completion are in your grasp. I know it’s said that the only way to fail … Continue reading

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