Monthly Archives: May 2011

Tending the Bridges

A river runs through downtown Chicago, and drawbridges allow boats to move freely to wherever they are headed. A bridge tender operates these bridges from a little “house” on the edge of the bridge (or at least that’s how it worked when … Continue reading

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Figuring Out How to Walk

Learning to walk takes a lot of thought. If you’ve never walked before, it just doesn’t come naturally. You have to practice with all your being. The first few days you try it, you have to concentrate. Lift one foot, … Continue reading

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Honoring Your Mom on Mother’s Day

Here’s a gift suggestion for Mother’s Day that costs nothing but is priceless. And personal. And your mother will treasure it for a long time. It’s a Gratitude Jar. Simply write on slips of paper things you are thankful for … Continue reading

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