Tag Archives: Inspiration

Who Am I?

This week has been a pretty rough one to say the least. It feels like I take on giant step forward on my journey ,only to be dragged by four more steps. I can see the light, and for a … Continue reading

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My House Got a Facelift

With summer pretty much here, it’s that time of year when everyone calls in their landscapers to mow the lawn and spruce everything up around the house. One neighbor had the whole street blocked off with every contractor, roofer, and … Continue reading

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Gym Class Nightmare

Some of my least favorite moments going to elementary school are from gym glass. I didn’t mind escaping from the classroom and getting the blood pumping. The part I dreaded the most was getting picked for teams. Standing against the … Continue reading

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Are We There Yet?

I give a lot of credit to parents that have to deal with a car full of whining children on a tiring car ride. They are not only obligated to entertain, constantly feed, and even pull over to the nearest … Continue reading

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The Worst Fairytale For Children

As a little kid, I remember when my mom read me the fairytale “Jack and the Beanstalk”. It was crazy to think that a boy could climb all the way up a stalk that touched the sky, fool a giant, … Continue reading

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My Mom Lied to Me

I remember always bothering my mom with a hundred, random questions as a little kid. “Where do babies come from?”, “Do teachers live in the school?”, and “Are we there yet?” were always some of my favorite things to pick … Continue reading

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Revolving Doors of Friendship

Since I’ve been working, I noticed something that I don’t typically see. These two guys always show up to the store for lunch and pay for each other’s meal. It’s hard enough to get a loved one to buy you … Continue reading

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