Category Archives: Writing

Whose Instructions Are You Following?

 It is February! My backyard is covered with snow and  here I am in 60 degree weather sitting on my Colorado  patio and typing away. Even if this is evidence of  global warming, I am enjoying the unseasonal weather.   The … Continue reading

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Marriage Counseling Breakthrough

 Have you ever simply forgotten that you own a valuable  resource? Or did you remember it but dismissed it as  something that didn’t really matter? I am embarrassed  to admit that I buried something that I should have  been sharing … Continue reading

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Making Choices that Support YOUR Priorities

As summer enters its final month, my lone tomato plant is trying to take over my front porch. Stray branches are reaching for the front door and tickle my visitors as  they approach. Tiny green tomatoes hold the promise of … Continue reading

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