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Not For Praise or Pay

Posted on November 2nd, 2017
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“I just feel guilty!  I feel like it’s my fault I didn’t see this and I didn’t do something to prevent it.  I’m his caretaker and I failed. “It’s eating me up . . .” She’d gone home and found him.  Obviously something was terribly wrong but she had no real clue as to how […]

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Just. Stop. Now.

Posted on October 25th, 2017
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You’ve read the stories.  You’ve seen them on Facebook and various news sites and stations.  You’ve watched the commercials and seen the videos posted to social media.  All of them have one message—avoid distracted driving at all costs.  Now, if you think you’ve had enough of that subject, feel free to skip down to the […]

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If It Looks Too Good To Be True . . .

Posted on October 18th, 2017
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So, just out of curiosity, have any of you ever Googled “cremation providers in _____________” where the blank is your city and state of residence?  If you haven’t, why don’t you take a minute and do that now?  Go ahead.  I’ll wait . . . If you did, then you may have noticed Heritage Cremation […]

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Reflections of Life

Posted on October 12th, 2017
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“His face glows with sheer happiness and peace; radiating sunshine overflowing into the lives of others, not tarnished by the worry and fret of this world. His smile is seen as frequently as the dew in the early morning, spreading contagious affects to those saw it. His laugh is nowhere near melodious. as a matter […]

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Be Prepared

Posted on October 4th, 2017
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After eight long years of managing not to leave town for any extended periods of time, my daughter convinced me to go on a “girls’ trip”.  Various destinations were proposed and Williamsburg, Virginia was finally the agreed upon choice.  That seemed to be more restful than Disney World (which I dearly LOVE but I didn’t […]

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Never Looking Back

Posted on September 28th, 2017
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It was late last Monday when I finally decided the day had been enough and I was heading for home.  I made my way across town—which takes all of five minutes—turned on my street and then into my driveway.  And there, half way between the street and the house (total driveway length = 2/10 of […]

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It’s Always The Little Things

Posted on September 20th, 2017
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It had been a while since I’d seen him, unless you count the night he was pushing his buggy across the parking lot at Wal-Mart, and that was only from a distance.  I remembered thinking about how his wife once made those trips, but her illness and then her death had forced him to shop […]

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War and Peace

Posted on September 13th, 2017
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This past weekend, little ole Savannah, Tennessee played host to a rather special guest, The Moving Wall.  For those of you to whom that name is unfamiliar, it’s a half sized replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.—a replica that’s been traveling across the nation for over 30 years.  The powers that be […]

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Judge, Jury, and Executioner

Posted on September 7th, 2017
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You see it on Facebook all the time, people who are posting their rant of the day because something somewhere didn’t go to suit them.  Occasionally though, you’ll find someone who has tried their best to deal with the mess they’ve been handed but has finally reached their breaking point and Facebook seems the only […]

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Change Your Corner

Posted on August 30th, 2017
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One of the first things we did when we began renovating the building in Savannah was to move the lounge downstairs.  That means the general public no longer has to hike up fifteen steps for a Coke—and the office secretaries no longer have to endure the stomping since the former lounge just happened to be […]

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