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If You Give a Sanguine a Marker, She Might Change the World!

“Everything looks like junk to me and treasure to her!” my husband vented in a text to me, while he was trying to help my daughter finish packing her room for our move across town. 1,375 more words

Disposing of my Disposition (Personalities Through the Lens of Me)

Dear Lindsey,

The personality differences have always amused me. I have read many marriage books, not because our marriage seems in need, but because I want to be all my husband needs ( :) ). 1,789 more words

Running hurdles

I’ll never forget a lesson I learned while talking to my daughter one day.  She was about 8 years old at the time and we were at a high school track meet that my niece and nephew were running in.   854 more words


Where In the World is Moline?

Even though I grew up on a farm and had driven a John Deere tractor since I was a teenager, I had never heard of the town of Moline, Illinois.  431 more words


Claim Your Victory in 2015

Have you ever been in a conversation with someone who loved to complain about their problems? I have. In fact, I have been on the giving and receiving end many times. 482 more words

LIFE Leadership

Self-help convention helps Q.C. tourism generate millions

A self-help convention is helping to generate a $4.5 million economic impact for the Quad Cities economy this weekend.

Some 8,500 participants with Life Leadership are selling out hotels and booking up restaurants. 264 more words


On the Piano Bench

By Casey Brady

“Many people lose the small joys in hope for the big happiness.”

– Pearl Buck

            Note after note, sound after sound, the grand piano echoes my movements, reverberating with the resonance of eighty-eight unique singular noises, all combining and mixing in ways unseen to create whatever piece my heart desires.

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