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  • Blogging,  If we were having coffee

    If we were having Coffee, I’d tell you…I hit a lifetime milestone

    Let’s Chat over a cup of Coffee It’s been a while since we last met which was way back in November. Since then I have read a couple of books. One book opened a door of learning to appreciate my coworkers and the other about the benefits of Stress. Usually, I prefer to read fiction like that of fantasy, mystery, sci-fiction, or romance but I’ve found these books on business informative.   Christmas and the Holidays have passed. Phew! They flew by without incident, and everyone was happy with the gifts they got. I did stay up to watch the ball drop.   Keelaa, our Jackshund, is getting a new…

  • Blogging

    Have Americans Gone too far with Christmas Lights? #Christmaslightwars

    I used to look forward to driving home from Grandma’s House at Christmas time when I was a child, to be able to see all the pretty Christmas decorations and lights on our way back home. I remember oohing and gaping every time we passed another decorated house. Nowadays, the homes are a hit or miss. They are either undecorated because no one can afford the light bill or they are over decorated and look gaudy awful and too bright for the eyes to behold. For instance, in the article, Christmas Lights ‘on Steroids’ Bring Parking Headaches to Dyker Heights, parking is limited even more because of the draw the…

  • Bed bugs,  Blogging,  books

    Farfetched Story Sounds Familiar

      Someone has been reading my short stories or so it appears. An article was posted in the Facebook news feeds and I had to go and check it out. The story does sound a bit farfetched but hey, I suggested this in my short story that I wrote years ago, Bed Bug Ridden.[1] Apparently, some woman decided to burn down her house because of a bad infestation of bed bugs. I wrote Bed Bug Ridden back around 2010 as a short story and you can read it in my Time Pieces Collection which has stories that are funny, simple, short and sweet with a touch of some suspense. There…

  • Blogging,  writing

    I Ask Myself A Thousand Times Why I Write

    I will continue to ask myself over and over why I write and the list continues to grow. Communication: Writing is a form of communicating with those not met or seen every day. A friend, a sibling, former co-worker, even someone never met may find a shared experience to be inspirational, helpful or educational. Sharing: Experiences are wonderful to share. By sharing the experience the how, why and what will offer insight to what to possibilities for others. Caring: Everyone needs something. Caring is part of sharing insights of experiences of how to do something, why to do it, and what the reason was for the experience. Business: Writers write,…

  • Blogging,  books

    My Year Flashed Before My Eyes

    Where did my year go? This year has rushed by, and I can see why with being as busy as I have been with school and work. First-year terms are coming to an end. They finish up on May 13th leaving me with two years and two terms to go before acquiring that Bachelor degree. Microeconomics is not one of my favorite subjects. Economics, in general, are not a favorite either. I haven’t struggled this hard since taking Principles of Finance though I sure I’m going to pass. I added to my book collection       I discovered a couple of good buys this weekend on Amazon dot com. One…

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