Monthly Archives: February 2014

Life Without Facebook Experiment: Update

Tomorrow I will celebrate one month Facebook-free.  Did I miss it?  Will I go back?  I know these are the burning questions all three of my blog readers will want to know. What did I learn in my Facebook sabbatical? … Continue reading

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History Lesson from The Eagles

Last Friday night my husband and I got a rock n’ roll history lesson.  We went to the ‘History of The Eagles’ concert at Toyota Center.  Having watched the DVD of the same name too many times to count, we … Continue reading

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Really? We Need to Spend Money on THIS?

OK, Oprah has truly lost it.  She thinks the world would be a better place if we all just learn to ‘just say hello.’  If I run into Oprah one day soon and ‘just say hello,’ do you think it … Continue reading

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The Genuineness of Jay

Waking up this morning was rough – because I had to stay up to watch Jay Leno’s last Tonight Show.  Over the past months, I’ve seen Ellen DeGeneres, Matthew McConaughey, and many other guest stars thank Jay for his generosity, … Continue reading

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‘It Is Your Destiny’

  Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about fate and destiny.  (Maybe this is my mid-life crisis?)  Do we have the ability to change fate?  How much is our ‘destiny’ affected when we make different choices and follow what appears to … Continue reading

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Life Without Facebook Experiment: Day 12

Exciting news!  One of my friends finally noticed I wasn’t on Facebook.  It happened yesterday (Day 11) and she texted me to make sure I was ok.  We had a lengthy personal chat via text, which while not the old-fashioned … Continue reading

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