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Blogging Etiquette

The Importance Of Blogging Etiquette

Carol Graham writes at Never…Ever…Give Up Hope. You can find her there sharing laughter, inspiration and other stories of perspective, like this one on blogging etiquette.  When we were little kids, our parents and teachers taught us manners. They taught us to say “Please,” “Thank you,” and “Excuse me.” We were also taught to respond …

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The Water Bottle Lady

Living in modern society’s version of a manufactured Mayberry (the gated community) has its perks. One of those perks is that when the driver of a van pulls over and rolls down the window while you’re walking your dog, your first instinct isn’t to shout, “Stranger danger!” and make a break for it—dragging your aging …

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What’s In Your Mirror?

A friend once invited me to a drum circle that she was leading. I’d never been to one before, so I agreed to go, it would be an opportunity to try something new. Before the drum circle was held, there was a sharing circle first. A talking stick was passed around the circle and whoever …

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