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Out of Tune, Right on Point

Songs, Stories, Sarcasm and Tons of Useless Information

Eat. Pray. Love. Forgive.

There are messages everywhere. Have you noticed that?  I am not referring to the never-ending barrage of emails and texts that most of us receive on a daily basis. Nor am I referring to social media. I am talking about... Continue Reading →

Nine Lives…Nine Days, Day Two

Once my vital signs were stable, I was transferred from the ER to the intensive care unit. Never in my wildest dreams, would I have ever envisioned myself as a patient in the ICU.  I'd visited nursing home patients in... Continue Reading →

Nine Lives…Nine Days, Day One

On March 1, 2017, my life changed. I would like to say that my life changed because Ed McMahon came back from the grave and awarded me that big Publisher's Clearing House check, with the balloons...and that I answered the... Continue Reading →

The Local Flavor

It's been a minute since I've posted. I have been traveling a lot.  Here. There. Everywhere.  I have been spending quite a bit of time in Alabama.  Before I took this job, I didn't know much about Alabama, other than... Continue Reading →

I’ve Been Everywhere

I started my new job on September 19th.  So far, I have visited 14 different locations, toured each building, completed an analysis of their business plan, written a report of the plan, developed a training workshop and created an entirely... Continue Reading →

My Brother’s Playlist-ELO

My mother had me when she was almost 40 years old.  My brother was 18 when I was born.  I've always felt that he would have rather had a car than a little sister. But such is life, right?  Growing... Continue Reading →

Misunderstood

Is it just me, or do other people have songs that play in their head from time to time?  It's not necessarily a popular song, or a song you've recently heard...but the song seems applicable and relevant and it just... Continue Reading →

The Man

The year was 2000 and my best friend at the time was named Leigh. She was born and raised in California and moved to Georgia to care for her ailing grandmother. She was a newly divorced single parent and we... Continue Reading →

Persuaded by the Blue

I worked at a radio station as a high school student, (sneaking out of my window to record commercials) while I was in college, and in my early twenties.  I enjoyed creating characters for the morning drive, compiling countdowns and... Continue Reading →

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