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ALONE OR LONELY? OR BOTH?

Recently, I watched an old episode of Ali McBeal, a popular TV show from the 90s. She contemplated the end of a romantic relationship and said, “When I think back about my loneliest moments, there was someone next to me.” … Continue reading

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George Bailey’s Risks

What I like most about George Bailey in “It’s a Wonderful Life” is his willingness to take risk to help someone. He did it repeatedly. When his brother fell through the ice in the pond, he didn’t hesitate to jump … Continue reading

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Dear 2021,

Dear 2021, Please be kind. The world is so ready for you to be here. Please don’t be a repeat of 2020. We are hopeful you will bring healing. Millions of us have been sick. Some have died or knew … Continue reading

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A VIRTUAL VACATION

Have your vacation plans changed because of the pandemic? Mine have. I had planned to go to the Caribbean not only for vacation but also to do research for my upcoming suspense novel. If you’ve been keeping up with me, … Continue reading

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