Phil got us a gazebo structure for a new seating area we are creating in our back yard. Those scorching hot days last year taught us that the other side of the yard was cooler than any other spot on the property. When Phil went out to set up the structure, he was having trouble.

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Phil and I were our on our walk on Bateman Island a few days ago and we were talking about new projects and old projects. We both have learned the ability to let things go. It isn’t easy at first, but we have had to let go of a lot of stuff over the years.

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Phil and I have been making some changes. Not willingly. My broken arm is almost healed. Yay! Yet, the changes implemented during that ordeal will stay. Phil is facing surgery on his hand next fall, so he is changing his hobbies starting now. The biggest change for me? Becoming willing to ask for help. I had

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My husband, Phil, lost his favorite pair of gloves.  Phil has very unusual hands.  His fingers are short with a square palm.  Phil has a Fire Hand – as Palmistry calls it.  (As a palmist, I told Phil when we first met that I had to read his palm before I would dance with him. 

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My husband, Phil, lost his favorite pair of gloves.  Phil has very unusual hands.  His fingers are short with a square palm.  Phil has a Fire Hand – as Palmistry calls it.  (As a palmist, I told Phil when we first met that I had to read his palm before I would dance with him. 

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I was going to pour myself some Kombucha tea into a glass the other day.  It’s a great probiotic and actually quite refreshing.  Unfortunately, I wasn’t paying attention to what I was doing and shook the bottle before I opened it.  It foamed all over the counter in an unstoppable wave of liquid and bubbles. I

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