Monthly Archives: December 2017

December Reflections – 2017

Winding down to the last few days of the year!  I am looking forward to this week between Christmas and New Year when I can focus on getting my planners ready and start working on some new projects.  The 365 … Continue reading

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December Reflections – 2017

If you are looking for last minute gift ideas, how about a class in photography, designing, crafting, money management, music making or personal development?  Creative Live has lots of choices and once the class is purchased, you have it on … Continue reading

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December Reflections – 2017

I have not been posting as often as I thought I would during this month but once again, time seems to be moving so quickly!  It is crazy busy at Michaels and I stand at the cash register my whole … Continue reading

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December Reflections – 2017 – Five things about me

Today’s prompt is 5 Things About Me… I’m not really one to talk too much about myself actually, but here goes… 1983 – Before Surgery 1986 – After surgery and braces 1.  I had major surgery in my early thirties … Continue reading

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December Reflections – 2017

Here are my December Reflections for the past few days: Day 8 – Green.  This is a sun dial that sits outside the local library.  I didn’t want to just take a picture of some green leaves, too easy. Day … Continue reading

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December Reflections – 2017 – Favorite photo of 2017

This is a tough one!  We’ve done so much stuff this year and I have taken some pretty good photos, if I do say so myself.  I’ll try to narrow it down to my top 5, in no particular order: … Continue reading

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December Reflections – 2017 – I was challenged by…

Typewriter relic This year I was challenged by a significant drop in my income, completely unexpectedly.  Well, I should say that I suppose I knew eventually the transcription business would dwindle, but I didn’t expect it to decrease by half … Continue reading

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