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If we were having coffee… …we would NOT be having coffee. Oh my gosh! Didn’t I tell you Penn State atmosphere is electric?!? Shoulder to shoulder crowds, the bars, the random football cheers, the street music. This town is too … Continue reading →
“Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.”~Jim Rohn, American businessman Finally, someone has released their vice grip hold on the merits of Facebook! I’m excited to share that the Round … Continue reading →
“It always seems impossible until it’s done.”~Nelson Mandela, S. African statesman Yesterday, I was reminded why I dis-Like Facebook: I spend too much d@=# time on it. I have a social media schedule, one that continues to evolve. For now, … Continue reading →
If we were having coffee…. Hey, nice of you to join us here. I haven’t been back to Moonwinks since the start of my first job here in Michigan. Back then, we weren’t into coffee, just sweet flavored coffee drinks, … Continue reading →
“We know what we are, but know not what we may be.”~William Shakespeare, English poet Today is a momentous Throwback Thursday: July 21, 2009 is the day of my first Facebook post. I was with my Journal Club writerfriends at … Continue reading →
If we were having coffee…. Hey there! I’m glad you can join me so late this night. It’s a gorgeous night for a walk, and we just came back from one in Plymouth. The park area all around the fountain … Continue reading →