Monthly Archives: January, 2021

Happy Friday!

Yippee! We’ve made it through another week. I haven’t done a ‘Happy Friday’ in a while, so I thought I would try something different from the funny memes. Below is a riddle and the answer will be posted next Monday. Enjoy! Riddle: Which weighs more: a pound of feathers or a pound of bricks? #Howstuffworks.com, #riddles, …

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Brain-Boosting Beverages

There is nothing more distressing than watching a loved one with dementia try to deal with the confusion going on in their head, not a pretty sight to see. As we get older there is a need to preserve our brains from strokes, Alzheimer disease, and the early on set of dementia. Besides being social …

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Gossip

There is so much good in the worst of us, and so much bad in the best of us, that it hardly becomes any of us to talk about the rest of us. – Edward Wallis Hoch Photo by: Ben White/Unsplash.com, #gossip, #mindyourbusiness, #whoevergossipstoyouwillgossipaboutyou, #getalife, Quote by: Edward Wallis Hoch, #tendtoyourownaffairs

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Life

So many of us run into great adversity in our lives, yet we have to stop refusing to look past the fact that we are only failures if we commit to being one. There is always a decision to make in life in just about every moment except when we die. Do you know that …

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Not All Scars Are Visible

Disclaimer: the language in the story below may offend some, and I am sorry if it does, for it is not my intent. I heard a story a woman told about an incident that took place while shopping. She was in line and these two young women behind her in line had only a couple …

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2021 All About Quality Not Quantity

This past year has been such an awakening of what and who is important to me and my life going forward. I decided in 2021 I will be purging all things, people and places that no longer serve me. I will be focusing more on quality rather than quantity, although, I am very selective of …

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HOPE

“Hope is the pillar of the world” – KANURI proverb Hope is what makes us look forward to tomorrow. Without it, our days have little meaning, and contemplating the rest of our life can depress us enormously. African Americans need hope in a major way. Where do we get it? Within ourselves-by looking at our …

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Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.

Unseen Histories/ Unsplash.com, Martin Luther King, Jr., Keeping Hope Alive, Drive Out Hate

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