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Mark My Words – No reason for a child to feel worthless

From time to time someone will post a status to their Facebook page that asks people to read, comment, share or post as their own status to help “spread the word” about a topic, cause or some event. The most recent one that has popped up within the last week reads: “With school starting I thought it would be nice …

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Mark My Words – Have fun, but play safe

Have you come across Zubat, Gastly, Bellsprout, Rattata, Caterpie, Spearow, Squirtle or Pikachu in your neighborhood? No, they aren’t types of weeds in your yard or new types of insects. Have you seen any in a tree, possibly by your mailbox or relaxing on your patio? Maybe you are asking yourself, “what in the world is he talking about?” I …

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Mark My Words – Father’s Day facts

“The older I get, the smarter my father seems to get.” — Tim Russert Mother’s Day, while not declared a holiday until 1914 by President Woodrow Wilson, the beginnings of the holiday began several years earlier. However, it would be many years, 58 in fact, before fathers would earn the same recognition. The reason it took so long for Father’s …

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Mark My Words – Embrace every moment

“We’re all just kids who grew up way too fast.” As a child, I remember thinking to myself, “I can’t wait until I am older.” Life would be so much easier if I was an adult, or so I thought. Of course, as an adult you quickly realize that life is not always as easy as you dreamed it would …

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Mark My Words — A Song for You

If you are like me, every once in a while, a song comes on the radio that you swear was written for you. Whether the song relates to a situation in your life, your job, a relationship or whatever the event, certain songs can put into words what you are feeling or going through, sometimes in perfect clarity. Some songs …

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Mark My Words

With the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia this past week, the internet was flooded with the news. When I first read the headline that a Supreme Court Justice had suddenly and unexpectedly passed away, my first thought was “well, depending on who it was, the other side will have a field day with this news”. And sadly, I …

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