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For my girls (and a little bit for me), PART 16

16. What are your five greatest accomplishments? Without my having to say so, you girls should know that being your mother is, by far, my greatest accomplishment, and you should know me well enough to know that I do not … Continue reading

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For my girls (and a little bit for me), PART 10

10. Describe your most embarrassing moment. Embarrassing moments are usually funny once you get away from what happened and gain a little perspective. For example, when my new, shiny red, slick-bottomed shoes which I ridiculously decided to wear to the … Continue reading

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For my girls (and a little bit for me), PART 7

7. What is your dream job and why? My dream job has changed as often as my hair color, and at 38 years old, I’m still not sure on most days what I want to be when I grow up. Around … Continue reading

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My business = none of yours

My job is a blessing. My new boss said to me recently, “I don’t care if you do your work at 4 a.m. standing on your head on Desiard Street as long as it’s getting done and your outcomes are … Continue reading

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Let the horn tooteth.

I’ve mentioned several times that my blog is based on the idea of giving people their flowers while they are still alive to enjoy them. We wait until people pass away to shower them with accolades and beautiful bouquets. Why … Continue reading

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One sad Sunday

I guess until the moment Death actually takes me to the other side, I will remember with great clarity the moment my own mortality occurred to me. I knew people died. I knew animals died. Dying was, oddly enough, part … Continue reading

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