Category Archives: aspirations

Drops of Awesome LDS Resources

TweetWondering how Drops of Awesome is informed by my faith? You’ve come to the right place! I recognize that most of my readers are not members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and many do not share … Continue reading

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I Could Have Danced All Night

TweetIt’s jazz night at the Senior Center. Dan’s playing saxophone in the band and the kids and I are eating delicious gentle-on-the-dentures delicacies, reading middle grade fantasy novels, and periodically dancing like spasmodic maniacs. My feet move in a pattern … Continue reading

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To-Do or To-Done?

Tweet“To-Do or not To-Do, that is the question. I have a wide pendulum swing when it comes to To-Do lists. There are times when I am obsessively writing, writing, writing everything I will do on a given day and checking … Continue reading

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Who Do You Think You Are?

TweetI’m serving up a little introspection over at HowDoesShe.com today, courtesy of Magoo and a belching contest. You’re welcome. “Who are you, deep down in your cream-filled center? If you had a five minute interaction with a complete stranger, would … Continue reading

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Blowing Young Minds at a Bookstore Near You

TweetWhen I say Laylee loves the Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull, I mean LOVE, as in the characters are practically honorary family members. I’m fairly certain that she’s read all five books in the series no fewer than twenty times. … Continue reading

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How Can I Be Happy About This?

Tweet“Three minutes. That’s how long I had to work hard to focus on the positive before I began to feel happy. Three minutes of work to turn a nightmare into a great memory.” [Read more at HowDoesShe.com]

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