Month: September 2013

Dave and a Haircut

 “Hey, my friend, it seems your eyes are troubled.  Care to share your time with me?…” Dave Matthews Band — “The Best of What’s Around” from Under the Table and Dreaming (1994) {Source} I’m a Dave Matthews Band fan.  You all can applaud or dislike me.  It doesn’t matter to me.  I’ve only seen Dave…

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October Sounds Good

Three years ago, I began this blog.  For those who have read my posts in the past, this isn’t my first blog, but we can all hope this will be my last.  It’s personally a pain in the ass to keep starting new blogs, and they cannot be changed as if they are pairs of…

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Local, Nationally

It’s been fun stressing the importance of local business and agriculture, because it’s important to support and excite the local economy.  We live where we live, and it’s great to keep the support and money circulating to stimulate our local region(s) and state for that matter.  Syracuse First is bringing back the Buy Local Bash,…

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Beyond My Control (Part 1)

It’s always great to catch up with people–friends and/or colleagues–the positive ones, the individuals who you would like to see yourself associating with or being in years to come.  Mark, who is the brains behind the cooking and eating (and writing) what’s compiled in The Proof is in the Eating, a food blog, is one of…

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Another Chapter Begins

There is a blog that I follow, and the writer has entitled her blog as Reluctant Writer Girl; her blog can be found by clicking this link.  She posts a lot of great pictures, quotes, and other inspirational tidbits that you’ll love.  I highly suggest that you visit the site.  The other day, she posted…

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Memory Lane Monday

Spending time at my parents’ house always puts me at ease, but there is always an onset of anxiety. I am not sure why, but this has nothing to do with my parents themselves; they are very cool people that I brag about more often than complain about, and at times my friends prefer my…

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