Tag Archives: inspire

Friendship Across A Lifetime

14 November
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Friendships are the most interesting of human dynamics. Their complexity and simplicity defy definition. We treasure those special people we have made memories with, perhaps, even made history with  – even if it is just our own! We need the comfort of friends in times of need. We value  friends because we can share the […]

Strength Comes In All Forms

17 October
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Ever think about strength? It comes in countless ways, unexpected, can catch you off guard, and even full of  surprises sometimes. But, our own strength – even if untested – is within us waiting for that call to action. Inner strength is powerful and profound. Strength is everywhere. You just need to know you can […]

Lesli’s Story – Always Evolving

24 September
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Today,  I realized I hadn’t done a Blog for Lesli’s Story in several months. As time has a way of doing……it seemed days and weeks were gone in an instant, evaporating into the gentle breezes of the summer wind, and going as quickly as the fluttering of an eye. And yet, every second is as […]

An Unexpected Connection – Traveling The Same Journey

13 June
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Many times in life it is the unexpected that throws us off balance. We are moving through our lives with the ease of a gentle breeze. Or struggles of Herculean challenges. Always moving forward. Always steady. Perhaps, stopping along the path to breathe in the spirit of living. And, we can be as strong as […]

What Is Veteran’s Day?

07 November
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What really is Veterans Day? It isn’t just another “day off”…….So, what do we actually know about this important day? Veterans Day gives Americans the opportunity to celebrate the bravery and sacrifice of all U.S. veterans.  Every family in America has someone they know who served this country….at some point in history. It is a […]

August 17, 2015 “Every One Counts – Defining the Working Man”

17 August
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Every One Counts – Defining the Working Man Over the past several years there has been immeasurable talk, discussions, and debates regarding the middle class. Some question if the middle class has simply evaporated. Certainly they haven’t all left on the holiday of a lifetime with suitcases filled with the monetary bounty from years of […]

Does Size Really Matter?

01 June
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“Big, to small, small to big. Size doesn’t matter only you do.” Since time and memorial, there has been a debate on size. Does it matter? Can you tell the size by looking at hands or shoe size? Does size really make a difference? Well, that particular discussion of size, and the answer to it, will […]