Monthly Archives: March 2011

Spring Cleaning for the Soul

Don’t you love it when that first blush of spring comes and the air is just warm enough to open the windows and let in the sunshine? It revitalizes your energy, makes your house feel brand new and gives you … Continue reading

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Planting Your Own Garden of Dreams

C.S. Lewis wrote:  “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” What speaks more of the future than planting a garden?  It’s a flurry of activity.  Skillful gardeners plan months in advance.  They … Continue reading

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Look Beyond the Clouds

by George Davis In life, trials and tribulations are as inevitable as the rain. And much like the rain or any other unfavorable weather condition, the obstacles in life can be just as uncontrollable. Clouds form in the sky and … Continue reading

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It's Irish Heritage Month!

Aye there, lads and lassies – March is Irish-American Heritage month! Raise a glass to the rolling green hills and enchanting lore of Ireland. Did you know that about forty-four million Americans proudly share an Irish ancestry? The main Irish … Continue reading

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Sudoku Memories Poem

by Brian MacDougall I. A nearly blank canvas of mostly forgotten memories II. Images slowly surface, assembling in places that make sense. III. Gaps take on critical importance. Their significance remains dormant, wisely awaiting interpretive guidance. IV. Momentum grinds the … Continue reading

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Women Are the Heart of History

Ever since Eve stepped into the scene and helped Adam create a whole new world, women have been standing up, stepping in, and leading the way.  Women’s History month is a great celebration and a reminder of what women have … Continue reading

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Celebrate Mardi Gras in Your Own Way

Mardi Gras is coming and it’s time to party hearty, let your hair down and have some fun.  You can find a mask or create a costume and head to New Orleans on March 8th, or you can look for … Continue reading

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Dr Seuss' Birthday: National Read Across America Day

Theodor Seuss Geisel — known as “Ted” to his family and friends — is famous for his whimsical rhyming books that inspire both young and old alike. Dr. Seuss (pronounced in Bavaria as “Zoice”) began his career as an advertiser … Continue reading

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March is Red Cross Month—Be Prepared

Are you ready for a disaster? You can be – March is Red Cross month!  The American Red Cross is one of the most widely recognized aid and preparedness organizations in the world. Founded in 1881 by leader Clara Barton, … Continue reading

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