My 10 Seconds of Fame? Truth or Lie?

Have you ever played the game “Two Lies and One Truth?”  If not, let’s play it together right now.  I will start and then you can leave a comment with your 3 statements and then your cyber friends and I online will guess which one is the truth!  Here goes…  I went sky diving in California right after I graduated…

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Your True Identity

Finding our true identity in life can be a long and sometimes a difficult journey.  On the other hand, your image, which means the general impression that a person portrays to others, can be defined quickly by others based on your outside behavior or appearance. I remember when I was growing up in my parent’s home, my dad would…

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Dads Who Stay and Fight by Greg Trimble

When I think of dads, of course, my own father comes to mind.  I find it difficult to put into words the power of a father especially my own.  My dad was raised in Hawaii under the watchful eye of his Italian father and loving Hawaiian mother.  My father has always been a great example of strength, faith, love,…

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Just Breathe

I have found that for the past 13 years of being a mother, it is a tough job with no recognition, praise or appreciation.  A mother must always be on-demand as she tries to attend to the needs of each of her children and maintain a healthy marriage.  More often then not, it is a struggle to maintain even a smile…

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Chaos or Order?

Living with less is a necessity if you have children especially toddlers and you dream of finding some resemblance of order.  I have been fighting this idea of a clean house all my motherhood days, 13 years and counting.  With five children from 18 months to 13 years old, staying on top of the clutter and disorder tends to…

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Keeping Kinley Books of Dalthia by Annette K. Larsen

I was on pins and needles waiting for this book to be ready for my hungry eyes!  Yes, I am a huge fan of Annette Larsen.  I own and have read all of her books, most more than once.  She posted a teaser to the beginning of this book “Keeping Kinley” and she about killed me.  I was so…

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