Monthly Archives: March 2015

It’s baby girl’s birthday

It is hard for me to believe that my baby girl turns 26 this week (March 25). Next year after her birthday, hopefully we will have finished all the preparations for her wedding on April 16, 2016. After a couple … Continue reading

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Sunshine not as bright

Georgia’s open meeting laws are called ”Sunshine Laws”. With this week being Sunshine Week in Georgia, in reflection I find these days the ”sunshine” doesn’t seem to be shining as bright. The laws are always under attack because the powers … Continue reading

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Not all change is bad

There was a time when I loved high heels and had a closet full of them. As I have gotten older, I am more into comfort than style. I got rid of my heels after tearing my meniscus in the … Continue reading

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More than enough taxation

When is enough, enough? Our forefathers fought against double taxation and especially taxation without representation. But here we are today and we are getting taxed to death every time we turn around. There is definitely double taxation and taxation without … Continue reading

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Please don’t let it be chocolate

Last year for lent and for a conference I was hosting, I gave up chocolate which ended up being for 90 days. The first two weeks were hard but it got easier after that and I knew at the end … Continue reading

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