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    Come away with me

    Have you ever longed to pack it up and see the world, to travel to far away exotic places, to feast your eyes upon the Chapultepec Castle in Mexico City, ride camels on the silky sand beaches of San Cristobal in Cabo, jump aboard the award-winning Swiss airline and glimpse the Alps with your very...

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    Life is but a dream

    Have you ever longed to chase that elusive dream, silently taunting you from your heart's deepest recesses, the intrigue leaving you no choice but to take notice?

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    Christmas Past

    Standing amidst the crowd while attending our annual celebratory tree lighting the other evening, I found myself drawn to the reminiscence of Christmas' past.

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    Autumnal bliss

    With the passing of the Fall Equinox we mark the closing days in the thirteenth year of the twenty first century. As the emerald leaves transition to golden shades of autumn, I find myself longing to slow down and breath in the beauty of our majestic mountains.

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    Stop this madness

    If I've learned anything during my 45 revolutions around the sun, it's which topics to refrain from broaching unless I'm up for a fierce debate. Generally, I refrain from political banter, but of late, I'm finding it increasingly challenging to bite my tongue.

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    Home, home, homeless on the range

    I was recently invited to a party in our town park. The kids were elated to have the park to explore. Once the festivities began restroom breaks were requested and the first group headed out. Within a moment I saw a sea of screaming children running… the scene rivaling a 1970s horror movie. ...

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    Smoke and mirrors

    Following a near death collision on Highway 41 several years ago I was faced with the challenge of finding a new car, as my SUV was far beyond salvaging. Once I could walk again I began my search, visiting numerous auto dealers over the period of a few months. Shockingly I found nothing that offered...

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    Who are 'they' anyway?

    Have you ever wondered who 'they' really are? Those elusive beings that claim to know everything, constantly offering us a plethora of conflicting opinions that change with each rising moon. Where was this great knowledge acquired and how did these sublime entities become such an authority on what...

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    A song remembers when

    In the home where I grew up music was ever present. As young as 2, I recall grandmother humming in the garden, preparing supper, and even while she sewed. My mother would crank up "Cracklin' Rose" every chance she had, and we'd dance around the living room singing along at the top of our lungs.

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    There's no place like home

    With summer at hand I recently found myself reminiscing on days of old. The excitement for school break, weeks of long warm days were ours for the taking. It seems like just yesterday mom and dad would load the Mustang, fill the ice chest and we would head to Bass Lake for seemingly endless days...

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