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Teenagers are a strange bunch. I'm discovering that more and more as mine navigates his teenage years. He talks a lot about having more freedom. My wife and I respond with the standard, â€œYou have to earn it,â€ speech. But for all his … [Read more...] about Teenagers Do Not Always Want Freedom
The winter cold and flu season has hit my wife hard. Recently, she was down for several days battling the flu. Unfortunately, just as she was getting back on her feet, she caught a cold. She fought her way through a couple of days treating it as a … [Read more...] about Fast Care Medical Clinics Live Up To Their Name
I feel old saying this, but things were very different when I was a kid. My family and I lived in a small rural town in the Midwest, and drove 13 miles on Christmas Eve so my brother and I could participate in the childrenâ€™s service. … [Read more...] about The Changing Face Of Family Christmas Traditon
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I admit, Iâ€™m a social media junkie. I spend quite a bit of time each day rolling through my Facebook feed, seeing what my friends and family are up to as well as documenting my own happenings. When used correctly, itâ€™s a great way to stay in … [Read more...] about Using The Power Of Social Media for Good