Yesterday was such a hopeful day...maybe just a pause to enjoy thinking about what it might mean... over a cup of coffee. This one's being served at a B&B in Italy. You can tell by the tablecloth. And the reasonable size of the cup. . . .
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And it's happening. Here's the business card to prove it. Front/back.;-) These aren't the colors though. It's salmon and green but (oddly) it posts differently on the blog. But it looks cool in these colors, too. Just not as girly. No, the website is not up, yet. The slogan is on the back side of . . .
What an inauguration. What a speech. What a president.And what a hat!!!My heart is so full-what a great day. . . .
Forecast for Tampa. Brrr! . . .
You really can't be around mid-life women much without the concept of "self-esteem" coming up. Men have the same issues, but they don't really talk about them. For men, self-esteem is usually tied to their professional image, but for women, it's almost completely tied to their appearance and how . . .
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My partner and I have just finalized our logo, business cards and letterhead. I can't stop looking at them--they are so perfectly reflective of us both. And we are so aligned on everything, it's scary. I guess I shouldn't be surprised: we've both worked in marketing oriented fields our entire . . .
A Facebook friend of mine posted some videos this past weekend that touched my heart. He's the guy in California who was widowed, had some months of deep loneliness, knew for sure he wanted to remarry and have kids, and did so. Today, he has two young girls and a very happy marriage. He is one of . . .
This morning I went to the new Publix liquor store to take a look around. As I browsed, I noticed a woman enter, nice looking, about my age maybe (but could've been younger, or older, who knows), long black leather coat. She could have been any upper middle class south Tampa housewife. She went . . .