Monthly Archives: August 2015

Religious Tolerance – Yes, But From Everybody, Please

Originally posted on Scribe Doll:
I ask a man I’ve just met what he does for a living.  “I build boats,” he says, “like Jesus – I mean Noah –” he darts me a concerned look and holds out his hand…

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Here they come….to Celebrate America

Brains, beauty, poise, and talent…those four words just about sum up the nine lovely women who will be seen at Celebrate America, the world premiere of a patriotic program featuring Jackie Mayer’s Miss America Sisters, a sisterhood forged of like-minded … Continue reading

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July 2015’s reads of a pedometer geek

The second half of the year has begun, but the New Year’s resolutions of this pedometer geek are going well. The first resolution is to put steps on the pedometer (with a goal of 10,000 steps per day). July was … Continue reading

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