Archive for the ‘Books’ Category

We all have different influences in our lives from the time we are children right on through our adult years. Whether it is your parents, that best friend, a special person in your life, some other family member, a co-worker or even a perfect stranger that comes along at just the right moment, that person […]


It’s a rainy, dreary, cold day here in my part of New York today, not at all the ideal day you want to have to kick off the first unofficial weekend of summer or a three-day weekend, but hey, we work with the cards we are dealt and move on.Since we’re trapped inside today, Michelle […]


When I got up this morning, I wasn’t really sure what I was going to write about. I started glancing through my Twitter feed and I happened to follow the author Paulo Coehlo. If you have never read any of his work, I highly recommend “The Alchemist” and “Aleph,” both of which are excellent books. […]


It happens to me every three months. I have doctor appointments that I must tend to so everyone can make sure I am still alive and staying on the  course of the living. I took care of two of the visits this past week, and so far everything is okay, so that’s good news. I […]


Okay, so it took me longer than I wanted to before I got back here, but here we are again. Last time I mentioned that I had started reading “The Prague Cemetery” by Umberto Eco, and I am still trying to wade my way through the beginning of it. There is just something about the […]


Okay, Now I am going to get back into the swing of things like I want to do. The holidays are over, all the promises have been made and started and I finished up a work project that for some reason was bogging me down, so now I can have more time to blog. I […]


Well the holidays are over, all the decorations are down and put away, I think I am finally over whatever cold plagued me for a few weeks and it i time to start getting on with things. With the new year, I want to try to commit myself to some new things. My attitude has […]



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