Category Archives: money

Vision, Mead Gardens, Father

so as you may know, I really do want my own home. As in, Down payment assistance, mortgage approval, buying the place, closing costs covered, moving in, community pool, perhaps a fitness center, first floor or elevator to transport harp, … Continue reading

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Doris Day, Tim Conway, Duck Update

Well, saddened to hear about Doris Day, and I listened to Que Sera Sera in her honor. Before I get to Tim coneay, whom I am also saddened about, quick duck update. so mother duck had little duckling and they … Continue reading

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Advice, snotty, Chihuly, Dali and Rachel

I’ve been substitute teaching and got the chance to get online and read This article in the New York times about Best Advice You’v Ever Received, here are some responses: “Don’t pickle things.” That line, brought to you by reader Sam … Continue reading

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Duck Drama and Grand Bohemian

Update on the pool: it’s warm again and I noticed that they put a fake owl on top of one of the outside showers to scare the ducks and raccoons away. Listened to sermon about sophistication and being snobby. But … Continue reading

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Taxes

I got my taxes done today through AARP volunteer income tax assistance..  I actually feel like a productive citizen. UPDATE: got the refund and am grateful. thank you IRS. Swam this morning and am grateful the pool is swimmable again. … Continue reading

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Gospel of Wealth, Carnegie

Read Wealth Article by Andrew Carnegie in a class I am substituting for;  also watched Jeopardy last night and there was a clue about Carnegie Mellon. @jeopardy

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Balancing Act

From Jack Kornfield: What is it that is reactive? Our minds are reactive: liking and disliking, judging and comparing, clinging and condemning. Our minds are like a balance scale, and as long as we’re identified with these judgments and preferences, likes and … Continue reading

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