April Moments

Maybe, just maybe, telling the story is just as important as the story itself

Holidays

On thankfulness

Since the day I met my husband, he has worked in the restaurant industry. His line of business has pros and cons. One of the pros is that people will always need to eat, so there will, mostly likely, always be customers. My hubby rarely has slow days at work, so his mind and body […]

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A blog about blogging

Something weird has been happening to me lately. People in my life start conversations with me regarding topics about which I have written a blog. Perhaps weird is not the right word. Truth be told, it’s kind of annoying to me. You see, I pour my heart and soul into many of the blogs I […]

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Do you hear the people sing?

Anyone who attended St. Clairsville High School circa 1995-1999 – particularly choir members or variety show-goers – probably remembers the barrage of music from one of the world’s most popular musicals, “Les Miserables.” While I don’t recall singing any “Les Mis” choral numbers, it was a tradition for soloists to perform during the breaks between […]

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Why there is no elf on my shelf

April the Grinch is back, folks. Last year I tackled the Santa sham. This year I’m sure I’m going to make a lot of people mad by expressing my thoughts on that darned “Elf on the Shelf.” Let me begin by saying that my dislike of the elf is not a judgment of your Christmas […]

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