My parents were “old” when I was born. My mother and father were 40 and 45 years old respectively. Back in the day, it wasn’t common for women in their forties to have babies. Growing up, I was always the kid with the older parents. Many people thought my parents were my…
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December flew like a flash. It was filled with hard work, holiday fun, and a few medical visits. It’s hard to believe that December is gone, and we are…
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Man! What a drought! I have been so neglectful in posting. Honestly, we are hunkered down in such a routine that life is gloriously - well - boring…
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Technically, August 11th signaled the end of the “Dog Days of Summer”, but it sure feels like we are still in the thick of it. It is hot in Florida. Not…
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My last post announced my retirement from work. Let’s face it, I let a couple hundred people know. I announced it here, and I also sent a personal…
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This week is bittersweet. I am in the final week of being an official SAP employee. My last day is May 21, 2022. As I write this, I have been reflecting…
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On April 27, 1996, I became a Mrs. It was a beautiful sunny day in the Virgin Islands. Jamie and I decided on a destination wedding and it didn’t…
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April 1, 2022 - April Fool's Day - Already?It is fitting that my long awaited post comes on April Fool’s Day. I haven’t written in so long it feels like a prank! But it is not. I finally …
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