“My radical vision? A size ten body owning an elite condo on a beach that gets no storms. Like that is going to happen! So instead I settle for writing and publishing at least one book a year. This year it will be three — a cookbook, children’s book and memoir. Writing is something I can do at home and still be a great caregiver.”
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“I lived near the beach for years. During some of the most turbulent times of my life, I would sit at or walk on the beach. I learned recently that the ocean provides calming, negative ions. Ocean air is rich in them, and they help to calm our metabolism. Just reminds me of how grand Creation is!”
- Linda M. Neas, commenting on
“The other day I saw a doe with her two fawns. They didn’t run; just stood and looked at us silly humans.”
- Nancy Graham, commenting on
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I can do it all
I've told myself;
I've got lists.
Yet, why do I sometimes forget to talk to You?
Were You not on my list?
Help me to keep You at the top of my list,
to keep my priorities in line:
You, family, friends, community, career.
Help me remember,
I cannot always do it all;
only You can.
Help me to do whatever I do
with You ever-most in my mind.
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posted by Susan Diamond“Mothers hold their children’s hands for a short while, but their hearts forever.” ~Author Unknown My core values of honesty, respect for others, truthfulness, being charitable, being a good wife, loyal friend and teacher to my daughters are examples my mother taught me. What a wonderful forever ...
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