What a fun song, eliciting smiles and memories of childhood songs from Sunday school or church-sponsored summer camps. The Weekly Photo Challenge: JOY, put this song in my head and it's been there since last Friday (when the challenge was posted). It also made this nice picture posted by Stephanie Ackerman Designs even more meaningful … Continue reading Joy, Joy, Joy, Joy, Down In My Heart
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5Zk2vUmjpk Have you had people in your life who just know how to make you feel good about yourself? Is there anyone who's surprised you with a compliment, or noticed something good about you and shared their observation with you? Do you have an ego booster in your world? Who pumps you up? Today, I … Continue reading We’re Here to Pump You Up
I'd been going for acupuncture for more than a few years by the time I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. At my first visit I remember asking, "Does it work?" The response: "Well, can 3,000 years of successful practice be wrong?" I guess not! I went through a few years of treatment for infertility; acupuncture … Continue reading Does It Work?
The floods of March 2010 effected the entire state of Rhode Island regardless of where anyone lived. In our neighborhood basements that had never flooded were filled. Our house was built in 1925 and nary a drop of water entered the foundation walls in all those years. But this time, it was water, water, everywhere. … Continue reading The Great Flood of 2010
Lots of people use YouTube videos in presentation, teachers, motivational speakers, CEO's. It's a quick, and now very easy way to illustrate, in this very visual world, a point of view or an example of what not to do. But before there was YouTube, there was VHS. Remember those rectangle boxes with shiny cardboard covers, … Continue reading YouTube vs. VHS