Monthly Archives: June 2012

Stories from others…

I’m down in Viera, FL presenting at the English Teacher’s Friend Symposium.  English teachers are a tough group (only kidding, I love them!!) and I don’t have time to write myself … so here are a few emails I’ve saved: … Continue reading

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On packing…

My husband and I are moving.  I’ve been in this house for almost 30 years.  He’s been here with me for 15 plus.  A lot of stuff to clean out and decide what to take.  The home we bought is … Continue reading

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Paying up…

So, as POA (Power of Attorney) for both parents, I was responsible for paying their bills. Bill payment had always been my father’s job and as kids, we all high-tailed it when the heavy green strongbox was set down on … Continue reading

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On driving…

As with most of us (from age 16 to 106), driving is a huge piece of our independence.  Try to consider what you would do without your car and the ability to drive it wherever you need or want to … Continue reading

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