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    Well, here we are. November already and Like it or not, the holiday season is upon us! I, for one, choose to like it. But it hasn't always been easy to enjoy what inevitably is a spendy season. One of my biggest challenges around this time of year is my tendency to procrastinate. My personal procrastination...
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    Halloween is my favorite holiday; it's a holiday that is just plain fun and silly and creative. I don't have to reflect on what I'm thankful for; I don't have to ponder the real meaning of the celebration; I don't have to trot out my loving and romantic sentiments for the world to...
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    The other day a van parked on my street. Two men got out, and one of them called to me, "Hey! You need some steaks? How 'bout some nice ribs? Can't get 'em any cheaper than this!" I might mention here that the van in question was not a clearly marked van of a local butcher or anything...
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    Summertime! That means vacation and fun and friends and amusements parks and picnics and lots and lots of things you want to remember! If you're like me, you're faced with the dilemma of being an artistically-challenged memory packrat. Scrapbooking is not my hobby - so many tools and products...
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