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by tara morley

Crap, how hard will this list be to write at age 50? The morning walk to the bathroom has become the daily warm up for my ankles. Snap, crackle, pop! It’s okay to say “No” without explanation. The days of sleeping the sleep of the dead are over. But I can fall asleep at 7:43pm without any...

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by tara morley

Panicking in Heels It just happened again. While walking down the airport terminal, I randomly stop in the middle of the hall and frantically pause to count my bags. One carry-on, a purse, a jacket…. “Is that all I should have? Did I forget something?” I ask myself as I feel my heart rate increasing...

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by Tiana Grimes-Wolfe

If you ask anyone that knows me, I love to fix things and will try to fix far too many things.  Part of it has to do with me enjoying the satisfaction I feel when I make something better.  I feel good seeing my work, a representation of my talents and time.  Often I wish...

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by chris watson

I have always been good with the ladies (at least that’s what I tell myself). My dimples did half the work. After I met the love of my life who gave me two beautiful daughters, I have become a different type of ladies man. I have become a knight in shining armor who kisses owies...

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by dave childress

The eleventh day, eleventh month, and eleventh hour hold great meaning The first Armistice Day in 1919 commemorated the end of the World War I and honored those who gave their lives in ‘the war to end all wars.’ IN 1954, Congress and  President Eisenhower changed the name to Veterans Day and issued the following proclamation:...

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