Archive | January, 2012

Going Greek

Posted on 06 January 2012

In the days before we’d inherited a mortgage, the hubby and I enjoyed traveling overseas.  Our first foray, buoyed on the pages of Tom Fowler’s The Magus, was to Greece. Our arrival in the Athens airport was not auspicious; two weeks earlier, terrorists had targeted that airport.  Too late to secure a refund, we assumed […]

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Kids are Bored

Posted on 06 January 2012

  Posted by Hyman Weeks   Having kids has really sucked the life out of me and I wish I knew how to get back up and get out there so I can burn some of this baby weight off. I hate being fat and not feeling good about my body but I just don’t […]

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A Slimmer, Healthier You!

Posted on 06 January 2012

With the start of a New Year, many of us have made resolutions to achieve goals that may have seemed illusive or even impossible in the past.  Among these are resolutions to maintain healthier lifestyles.  Inherent in this goal is the need to lose weight through a proper dietary plan, and medical science has done […]

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A Matter of Trust

Posted on 05 January 2012

When humans began to walk upright, they relied upon the five senses endowed by The Creator to survive in a harsh environment.  Along with the organic senses of sight, smell, hearing, touch, and taste, God in His infinite wisdom included an innate sense of awareness.  This “sixth sense” existed to clue early man into the […]

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Toasting a Healthy New Year

Posted on 03 January 2012

My little niece, now 22 years old, has always run to extremes.  In her academic career, she’s consistently ranked among the top 5% of her class, even in Physics, her “bear” subject.  Jaimie* even earned a partial scholarship to Columbia University, to pursue her Master’s degree, but in typical Jaimie fashion, chose a much smaller, […]

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