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Good one, Mary

Mary Lamphere

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It is officially that time of year when I check out. Or would that be check in?
No more driving all over the place, running errands, taking meetings, doing lunches.
Not off the grid, just off the roads.

I work hard to do my share most of the year, stockpiling you might say.
Collecting hugs and smiles, social time and laughter, craft supplies and story ideas,
so come the wicked wicked winter, I’m content to stay in my warm abode and create.

I look forward to it. I revel in it. I don’t mind at all.

I actually get stuff done. At home. Imagine that.

Baby, it’s cold outside, so guess where you’ll find me?


What’s better than a beach?
Well, nothing, but a hot cup of tea, a cozy blanket and a good book come close.

Whatever your winter preferences, inside or outside, be smart, be safe.
I’ll accomplish much…

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Cat Stark

The most difficult part about being a widow who is dating someone new, is that all the experiences I have with my new man seems to be something I did with Jason, something Jason and I would not have done, or something I learned because of Jason. And no, I don’t mean the dirty fun stuff, just everyday life things.

It messes with my head. And my heart, too.

The new man in my life is patient and understanding. He is willing to help me through whatever I’m feeling and is wonderful enough not to be bothered when I mention Jason’s name or tell him about the memories I have. They knew each other; I think that helps a lot.

I have a hard time understanding why I’ve been lucky enough to find not one good man, but two good men, who are willing to help me along my path…

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  • Mary Fran Says: Thank you for contributing to Sweeps Week! We make a great team. Maybe we'll collaborate in our next lives? SISTERS! lol :)
  • Mary Fran Says: What's better than a Baby Shower aka Early Baby Birthday Party? Baby's FIRST Birthday Party! (Although it's hard to call them "baby" by one! They grow
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