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It was beyond my control. I enjoyed every moment. Can you truly fault me for finding such joy? That is life, right? Pursuit of a connection to purpose.
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Coronovirus : 6 Lessons Learned

Remember when we could still do this? 🤣The #deviantsquad demonstrating good greetings before the 6′ rule. ( @bajawinefood @torreydawn ) The Bright Side Let’s look at the bright side of things. Social distancing may create some great, hard coded habits for us all. 1. Being more mindful of our own health and how we physically interact with each other 2. Remembering to consistently …

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Virtual Happy Hour: Organize One w/ Friends or Co-workers

She and I did everything together. Heck! Our families spent nearly every holiday together too. When she moved away from the neighborhood just 30 minutes away, we were still inseparable but our visits became less frequent. Convenience was a big factor. So when she moved to the east coast, we had to come up with something. Virtual Happy Hour was …

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The Smoothest Coffee You’ll Ever Drink

This trick will blow your mind. It’s an old recipe, one that was used on the range to cut the bitterness of the coffee. This neutralizes some of the acidity allowing me to not even think about the acid eating away at my stomach lining. 😉 If you’re like me, you may have been told to cut back a little …

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My Healthcare is Better (and cheaper) Than Yours. Why?

I love my country. There is nothing that reminds me of that more than going away for a lengthy period of time, especially to a country that is not as wealthy as the U.S. At the same time, because I love my country, it saddens me to see the inequities that exist for basic human services back home. Next door …

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Gorditas La Tia, Casual Dining in Rosarito

Things I Love About Rosarito series While living in Rosarito, I have tried a handful of the suggested “good” restaurants from the local, expat set and unfortunately have been very disappointed. I find that they have been among the priciest also; Susanna’s, The Bistro, Estancia, Tapanco, Bety’s Burgers. I have not had much desire to return to ANY of them. …

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Our Big Slow Down; What I’ve Learned

It was perfect. Our youngest had moved into a new stage of her life. She had just returned from a semester abroad after graduating high school and now she was off to start college away from home. Our eldest was already in her last year of college away from home and would be starting her career immediately with a job …

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