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For months, I’ve been debating the reality of cutting back on my continued daily posts! The thing is, time just doesn’t allow me to put in what you deserve! I’ve noticed a decline in visitor’s numbers, rightfully so! If I … Continue reading
Happy Friday! Happy Friday feathered flights of fumble… or fancy. The choice is yours. However, I’m wondering about the seagull atop the pole. Is he aware that many regard him to be a contributor to the problem? Me, I don’t … Continue reading
This comment below, was in response to a post on LinkedIn. The young lady doing the posting is a “Millennial,” worried about generational stereotyping. The lot made me think of our roots… of where we’re from. Without seeds, there can … Continue reading