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All of us have times when life seems overwhelming. From time to time, we seem to be forced to go through excruciating experiences. There are so many competing demands. Between caring for our loved ones, all the many chores that come with caring for our homes, car maintenance, and house repairs, things add up. And then there’s also the interpersonal relationships, and soon, more lawn work will be added to the list, thanks to the shifting weather patterns. The lists can go on and on and on, leaving little breathing room if we are to attempt accomplishing it all. more
In response to JT’s complaint on time change last week: I so agree. Boo to time change! Let’s get rid of it. more
Though I've yet to settle on what I want to be when I grow up, I've never wanted to be anyone other than me. more
In my spare time, I like to play video games. I have always enjoyed the different worlds and stories explored in games. One minute I could be a plumber jumping on water chestnuts, a knight climbing a tower, or even a superhero fighting to save the day—all of this from the comfort of my home. more
Bald eagles and an owl named “Woodsy” are birds that have become symbols of ecological recovery. Perhaps a truer avian representative of the post-World War II environmental movement is the bird which played an integral role in starting it – the robin. more
This past weekend almost everyone in the U.S. did the tradition of setting our clocks forward one hour. What I need help understanding is why we are still doing this. From what people who are way smarter than I have found, there is no benefit from everyone moving their clocks back and forth an hour. Before anyone sends me an email or finds me and says it for the farmers, I encourage you to ask a farmer and see if it benefits them. Please look into the concept of daylight savings, you will be surprised as to what the original intent was for, and farmers were not it. more
Dear Marshfield Community Businesses and Members, more
I’ll admit I’m not a Buffalo native. more
I am so very glad to be back for more ramblings. This week we are going to ramble about our dear Mary Lou and her struggle to maintain her faith to keep going under very trying conditions. more
In the wake of the recent bank failures, it’s easy to get sucked into the fear. Uncertainty will always be a thing. It will always be there, present, whether we like it or not. I heard a Paul Harvey quote recently, “In times like these, it’s good to remember that there have always been times like these.” Stuff has been going down for millennia. Peaceful times may ensue for a few years at a time, but change will always be right around the corner, whether globally, nationally, or personally, or any combination thereof. more
If we wish to be divinely aligned, as that will lead to the highest good of all of humanity and creation, and therefore, our own personal happiest state of being, then we have to be willing to follow that fleeting trail that the divine realm lays out for us. more
War is Horrible! To all of my friends and neighbors of Webster County and beyond, this week’s ramblings are not so nice! Let’s pause for a second and remind everyone where we are. more
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