Posts Tagged ‘stories’

On Hurting the Ones We Love

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We walk around as the narrators and heroes of our own stories. We rarely imagine ourselves as the villain in someone else’s life.

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My Cancun Story

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On a recent trip to Cancun, I learned that the stories of places evolve just like the stories of people.

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Learn the Back Story

At the end of our first month on the road, I wrote about some of the lessons we’ve learned from traveling. One of the lessons I told you I learned was: 11. People and places can surprise you. Even if you don’t have the time to learn the back story, remember that there always is one. Learning the […]

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Ten.

As of about two o’clock this morning, I am officially the mother of a ten year old. Ten. One Zero. It now takes two whole digits to accurately describe him.  Or rather, his age.  It obviously takes more than mere numerals to describe the rest of him. As we drove to Walt Disney World yesterday […]

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The Ocean Doesn’t Care

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“It doesn’t matter if you go to the ocean to fill up a thimble or a bucket, the ocean doesn’t care” – Wayne Dyer There is no better place to ask questions than beside the ocean. Because the ocean doesn’t care. You can wade into the ocean fat and white, with puckered thighs and dimpled […]

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