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Dreams DO Come True: My Meeting with Chicago Cubs Legend, Ernie Banks.

Last Sunday I had an amazing day. It was a total surprise & I didn’t find out anything about any specifics until we were at the venue & I was looking at the list of events scheduled. 2,397 more words

Autobiographical

Nefer Khepri, Ph. D. reblogged this on Magickal-Musings and commented:

On Friday the sport of baseball lost the great ambassador it ever had, the great legend, Ernie Banks. I am heartbroken at the realization the world is now a smaller, darker place without Ernie here, but I console myself with the face that his Spirit will shine on forever & will encourage others from the world of spirit. Perhaps one day, soon - you never know - he may help the Cubs get to a World Series. Ernie, hopefully before I die, please. Just ONE. You changed my life & helped me to overcome tremendous obstacles to get to where I am today. I am blessed to have been able to tell you that I OWE IT ALL TO YOU. God bless you & RIP, Mr. Cub. Your legacy will never be forgotten. For video coverage go to: http://wgntv.com/2015/01/24/the-legacy-of-ernie-banks-mr-cub/ where WGN-TV of Chicago has posted some lovely tributes. If this is your first time visiting my blog, thank you & to all of Ernie's fans out there, let's play two!

Obituary For A Friend I Never Met

While having my first few sips of coffee early Saturday morning I went to the CNN app on my iPhone….top story headline read ‘Mr. Cub Ernie Banks dies in Chicago at 83’…my heart sank.  489 more words

Go Thailand: Day 13 - Go Football

After the massage, and a quick trip to a street vendor to buy some things, we decide to chill at Chill Out – the American bar near the Thai Kitchen Cookery Centre from the other night. 426 more words

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My Name is Not Julie: A Guest Post

This is a post about the infamous Julie! That’s right, the blogger without a blog! I have been long remiss in sitting on this guest post – my apologies to Julie and the rest of the blog world that I’m sure would dearly like to know more about her. 942 more words

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Like Mother Like Daughter

My mom was a Home Economics teacher until I was born at which point she became a stay-at-home mom.  She sewed many of my clothes when I was growing up including my high school prom dress in 1984, which was probably the last item of clothing that she sewed for me.  359 more words