Monthly Archives: September 2005

Your Best Life Now

I have always been a major fan of authors Norman Vincent Peale and Robert Schuller. Recently, my cousin from Texas told me about this new church opening at the Compaq Center in Houston. I began following the build-up to the … Continue reading

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You Sexy Thang…

When Matthew first arrived in 2002 as a little scrawny 12 yo boy, I helped him unpack his clothes from foster care, most of which were faded or dingy, and put them away. Between my mother, Aunt Dena and myself, … Continue reading

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The Music Torch Is Passed…

Monday night, I was having a wonderful piano lesson with one of my eighth graders, Jackson Lockhart, a family friend, and good friend of Jose’s. With my private students who are in band, orchestra or choir, we work a little … Continue reading

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Operation: Birthday Weekend

Wow! I could not have enjoyed my birthday weekend as much as I did this 41st year. As of Sunday, I officially began my forty-second year by celebrating my forty-first birthday. And what a celebration it was. The best part, … Continue reading

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Let the Celebrations Begin…

Well, today began the round of birthday lunches and greetings. One of my dearest friends, Debbie Allen, the mother of one of my students, took me on our annual birthday lunch outing to the wonderful French bistro, Cest Tous (pronounced … Continue reading

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I Love Lucy!

This evening we had our dinner at 9:15pm… Monday and Wednesday nights I am teaching when Matthew leaves for show choir, so we have a snack around 5:00pm, and eat supper together when he returns home from rehearsal. That is … Continue reading

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Customer Service

Do you remember when customer service was a priority and you did not have to pay extra for it? Even at forty, I can easily remember clerks or store owners going to the ends of the earth to accommodate customers. … Continue reading

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