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Author Archives: Laura Navarro
Meet Stubs. He was a normal frog when he first came to the house. However, he quickly became Lefty due to a tragic accident involving a cat and a couch. Lefty he remained for a year, then he disappeared from … Continue reading
This would be perfect for wordless Wednesday but I didn’t see it until today (thanks Krista!!). This was as we were leaving the “group home”.
Tonight I read Antsy Does Time by Neal Shusterman. I was interested after reading the review in Orson Scott Card’s column. My review of Everlost turned into an OSC plug, I’ll try not to do that again here. But if you … Continue reading
This EMBA seemed like a good idea at the time but I’m itching to be done and have time to do other things again. And I know many of us struggle with sitting at a desk job day after day … Continue reading
Here’s the proof. The setup: A rental house right on the beach in Cherry Grove (North Myrtle Beach) Participants: 21 women ages 25 to 85 Schedule: relax, eat, work jigsaw puzzles, eat, play games, eat, laugh, have devotion, eat, laugh … Continue reading
I’m easily convinced, most of my gifts each year are books. Here is a great place to find encouragement and suggestions for books.
I found this at Lori’s blog and decided I’d play along. 1. Started your own blog 2. Slept under the stars 3. Played in a band 4. Visited Hawaii 5. Watched a meteor shower 6. Given more than you can afford to charity 7. Been … Continue reading
This fits in well with other things that have been coming across my space lately. I found a link to Productivity501 and their Habit List. Then the Habit List course talked about putting Negative Items on your Habit List. This … Continue reading