Tag Archives: Saturday

May: Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention

Judy Cohen, Outreach Coordinator of the American Recall Center asked me to post the following infographic to help spread the word about osteoporosis. This is a disease that I know can be devastating. My sweet grandma, Maggie Spence, had osteoporosis. … Continue reading

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A to Z April Challenge: W is for Where…

…As in where I come from. I was born on a hot August night in the mid-1960s in Anderson County, South Carolina. First born of a second born daddy and a fourth born mama with over three hundred years of … Continue reading

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A to Z April Challenge: Q is for Quotes

There is a quote out there for just about every occasion. Today I am sharing some I have enjoyed over the years and a few I have just recently discovered. “Grow old with me, the best is yet to be.” … Continue reading

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A to Z April Challenge: K is for Kids

Kids, otherwise known as “children”, that’s the subject of today’s post. When David and I got married, we had plans to have a dozen children, literally. Over the last nearly thirty years together, we’ve made that goal. I didn’t birth … Continue reading

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A to Z April Challenge: E is for Eggs

Do you like eggs? If so, do you cook them often? What is your favorite way to have them? I like eggs in the following ways: Boiled: This was the only way I would eat eggs when I was a … Continue reading

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