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Loving Life, Walking in Love, and a Peruvian Hairless Dog

Hello Everyone!

I know, I know…it has been forever since I’ve posted anything! What can I say but life has a way of throwing twists and turns, ups and downs, ins and outs, and thankfully by the grace of God and the amazing support of my awesome husband, I’m able to say with much peace in my heart that all is well. 3,492 more words

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Employers saving thousands on medical bills due to up-front pricing | KFOR.com

Yet there are still many among us who refuse to believe that price honesty in an open market can “bend the healthcare cost curve” – let alone that it is essential for affordable healthcare. 45 more words

Progress with The Book

Fortunately I have access to a young person, my son Gabriel, who installed the new printer and came back the next day to figure out why it was printing my pages four to an A4 sheet instead of two. 133 more words


Cowboys have Plan B at running back, but they would miss Ezekiel Elliott

The Cowboys signed Darren McFadden as their feature running back in 2015 after letting DeMarco Murray walk in free agency. Their thinking was they could put any decent runner behind the league’s best offensive line and be fine. 323 more words

Rumor Mill

Breaking Down Travis Frederick, and Coach David Robinson on the Cowboys' Wide Receivers

When Travis Frederick was selected in 2013, many analysts panned the pick. So how has Frederick become one of the NFL’s best interior offensive linemen? 72 more words

Cowboys Blitz

Beyond Innocence (1989)

Director: Scott Murray

Stars: Katia Caballero, Keith Smith

First viewing, via VHS

Scott Murray is one of the premier commentators on Australian cinema. He’s best known as editor and contributor to… 739 more words

Detroit Edison girls advance to Class C final; program began 5 years ago

EAST LANSING – Detroit Edison just wants respect.

The blossoming Pioneers, who dismantled Flint Hamady, 54-31, in Thursday’s Class C girls basketball semifinal, moved a step closer to the ultimate respect: a state championship. 430 more words