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Curious If You Should Turn Your No Into a Yes?

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Has anyone compelled you to do something? Have you heard that one sentence “You really should.” many times by many people? Come on, be honest. Most likely you have.  And I bet “No. I’m not one to do that.” was your answer. 

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Never Forget Those Unforgettable Forgettable Pictures

Don't Forget to Remember written with Remember on top colored paper

Have you ever watched something that had you ponder a lot more than normal on something that happened years ago. That happened to me this yesterday. A certain movie had me feel I was the one on the screen having a major memory problem. The main character had to look and pictures of different things to test her memory. Seeing that had me want to share an older blog I shared well over a year ago.

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5 Answers to 5 Questions (Almost) Continued

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What do I mean by Almost? Basically, this week was filled with more necessities than normal which kept me from finishing the important answer to the last of my five questions.

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5 Answers to 5 Questions

I’m going to start this new year off with five questions.
The first question has to do with a math story problem: Ready?
How many months between August 6th of 2019 to January 6, of 2020?

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My Diary’s First Christmas

It was the perfect year, the year I was twelve, that I got my first diary for Christmas. That was the perfect year because the first thing I wrote about was something I’d never want to forget; that Christmas day.

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Thank You For The Storm

Do you have a time each year when, after a few remembering thoughts begin, tears slowly start forming. They form because you ponder on something that took place years before that altered how you think for the rest of your life.

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