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A night to remember

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Thoughts from the waiting room

I don’t like the thought of having to go through surgery. Never have. I am grateful that I have been blessed with good health so the prospect of having to go through multiple surgeries haven’t been an issue. But there’s always that fear that I might get sick. Then there’s the anxiety of anticipation. (Just…

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Surviving the Dog Days

I learned something today. The term “Dog Days of Summer” has it’s origins in ancient Greek mythology. Check it out. For me, and most Americans I would assume, we have made the term synonymous with the hottest days of summer. I tend to get lazy during this season. Somehow getting out of my car and into the outdoor…

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Summer boredom be gone

The middle of summer can be a challenging time for families to find fun, creative things to keep everyone happy and entertained.

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Fun on the road

Even with all of the options kids have, they can still get bored on a long car ride. So, how are you going to keep them occupied?

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