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Every relationship has a shelf life #MondayMusings

Every relationship has a shelf life #MondayMusings

All relationships do have a shelf life

The 4 L’s of Richard Branson – The Virgin Way

The 4 L’s of Richard Branson – The Virgin Way

Product Details Paperback Publisher: Ebury Publishing (January 1, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 0753519887 ISBN-13: 978-0753519882 I haven’t had much time to read lately but it is luck or is it coincidence that the two books I’ve read back to back had to deal with LUCK? The last book I read and reviewed was Ashwin Sanghi’s book  13 Steps to Bloody Good Luck and within a week I found myself attracted to Richard Branson’s book ” The Virgin Way”.  Richard Branson has always struck me as…

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The growing tribe of Grandmothers.

The growing tribe of Grandmothers.

Rosa ‘Granny’, Poulsen 1991 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Today was one of those simple days which started and ended with moments of joy. I got a message from a friend who had just become a grandmother when her daughter delivered a baby boy late last night. While I played all day with my little grandson, napping with him while he snoozed in the afternoon, I couldn’t help thinking about the joys my friend will experience as a newly minted grandmom. These moments…

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Forgiving is easy but forgetting is not

Forgiving is easy but forgetting is not

Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who  trespass against us                                                                           ~ The Lord’s Prayer Most people in the world whether believers in religion or not are familiar with this line from the Lord’s Prayer. In the archaic literary sense, the meaning…

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Hurtful mother or loving mother?

Hurtful mother or loving mother?

Ursula Mniszech with daughters (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Keerthika who blogs at Wealthy Matters always posts stuff that is relevant, succinct and useful. Her post on Mothering set me thinking today. Why do most women of my generation have issues with their children and particularly with their daughters. What is it that makes the relationship so fractious? Is it that we expect our daughters to be better than ourselves? Or is it that we feel that as our children we have…

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