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Sexy Has Its Place

If the title of today's blog grabbed your attention, that might be called "prurient interest" on your part. Webster defined prurient as "having lascivious or lustful desires" which is both normal and natural to most humans that breath the air of this...

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Foot Prints In the Sand

I've often wondered why people are so desperate to leave some trace of themselves on this mortal plane, after the pull of gravity has long since had no effect on their physical selves. I do believe we human have cornered the market on self importance...

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A Sad Song Should Only Be Hummed

I know you are all susceptible to what I call the repetitive song syndrome! There is no denying the occasional experience of hearing a song and then having it repeat over and over like peppers on a pizza, or "I Love Lucy" re-runs. I love the pizza and...

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The Path To Tomorrow

Why do we all seem to struggle so hard to see into the future? It might have been the casting of bones, or reading a flight of birds for signs and portents, but people have always sought answers to the inscrutable promise of tomorrow. Personally, I have...

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The Life of Dreams

Falling into a healing, rejuvenating sleep is one of America's biggest challenges. Studies have shown that drifting into the deep REM (Rapid Eye Movement) state is getting to be nearly impossible for many of us. Now, I'm speaking of adults mind you! We...

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Books, Book Signings and General Mischief!

It's nearly official; my third book in the "Witch of Appalachia" Series, "Blood of the Dragon"is into its second and hopefully last, edit on my end of the creative process! Re-reading your own story can have some enlightening moments. Here are just a...

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Writing Books Is A Hazard to Your Health!

Don't be fooled by the glint in their eyes, or glow of good health, in the glossy photos of authors you see on book jackets. The smiling, engaging people, their names emblazoned on the fronts of every printed story they claim authorship of, have submitted...

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"Humpty Dumpty" Takes A Dive

Nursery rhymes and fairy tales often have hidden messages and morals if you listen closely enough. But who the heck does that as a squirmy two or three year old? I have vague memories of concern for little Hansel and Gretel as they gnawed away at the...

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Growing Old Dis---Gracefully!

OK, so it's a terrible word play, but it got your attention! I was at a loss as to how I'd talk about the aging process today. This is the time of Botox and body sculpting. It seems there is no end to the products and medical services available to the...

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Family Reunions: A Catalyst For Mayhem!

There should be a boot-camp for surviving the rigors of a family reunion! This traditional way of reconstituting a far flung clan, carries all the challenges of surviving gorilla warfare. Consider the following scenarios: You have invited a four member...

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