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“Mary had a Little Lamb”…and Thanksgiving?…

“Mary had a Little Lamb”…and Thanksgiving? Do you know the connection? No, lamb was not a favored entrĂ©e at that first Thanksgiving. The connection is a relatively unknown woman. Sarah Josepha Hale was born in 1788. She loved to read and was homeschooled by her mother. At age 18 she began to teach school. She also […]


Everyday Heroes…

“All the darkness of the world cannot extinguish the light of a single candle.” St. Francis This past weekend we sat in shock upon hearing of the senseless acts of terrorism that had occurred in France. Paris, the city of joie de vivre, had been turned into a scene of chaos with a death toll […]


Eleanor Roosevelt, Eagles’ Nests, and Comfort Zones…

“Do Something Everyday that Scares You.” Eleanor Roosevelt I came across this quote this week and it struck me…and in my dot to dot thinking, I thought about eagles and comfort zones. When Mother Eagle builds a nest, she first weaves together thorny branches and then lays atop soft filler. As the baby eaglets grow, […]


Level Ground…

I got glasses a bit ago…it’s been a bit strange wearing them. I feel very tall…everyone looks short…I feel like I’m walking downhill uphill. It’s made me think about perspective. “Let your nose point first to what you want to look at…then find the sweet spot where things that are blurry become clear,” said Martha […]



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