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The other day, I broke a thermal insulated mug that I use to make coffee.  

I searched the web to find a replacement only to see it would not get to me for at least a week or two.

And being somewhat unique, it was not found in any retail store near me.

So I decided to buy a different type of insulated mug, feeling that it was not quite what I wanted.

It actually turned at to be better! It holds more liquid and it has a nicer appearance.

Embrace change- you never know where it will take you!

Faith is like a Stained Glass Window

As I was driving to church in a bitter cold morning, it came to me that my Faith must be stronger than I thought. Why would I get up so early on Saturday, when regular services were just the next day? It was a Holy Day but so many would not bother to attend. Why should I?At [...]

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Greeting Cards are like Cookbooks

I was thinking that greeting cards are like cookbooks.How many times have you gone to the internet for a recipe instead of reaching for a cookbook or stack of food magazines on your shelf? It's so much easier to type what you what and have it magically appear. So I understand those who opt for the e card. It's [...]

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Introducing my new Immigrant Heritage Note cards

Although I have been in the greeting card business for many years, I occasionally still exhibit my artwork at local Art Galleries. Last year I was excited to have been a part of the Kindred Exhibit-Celebrating Our Ancestors at the Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Arts center in Dowell, Maryland.My artwork was selected by a professional folklorist, and a curator [...]

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Philadelphia Eagles Are World Champs!

I’m really not a sports fan, but when Super Sunday rolled around, I found myself bursting with pride. Born and raised in South Jersey and a Philly resident for many year, I’d seen lots of disappointments for local fans over the year.When the Birds won the right to go to the Big Game, I found [...]

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What One does for Art

I’ve always loved music, plays, literature and recently I was fortunate to see one of Rene Fleming’s last performance at the Met, “Der Rosenkavalier.”I remember my college days, drawing en plein near the Philadelphia Art Museum and the pleasure I derived from it.One summer, I even painted a ten foot mural on the local Comcast building in blistering heat. [...]

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A Mother's Heart

It’s springtime- such a beautiful time of year and so it’s only fitting that we celebrate Mother’s Day next month. It got me thinking about how powerful a mother’s love can be. Most mothers will do almost anything for their children and help them to be better than themselves.My mother instilled a positive set of morals and values into us and [...]

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Small Acts Of Kindness

It’s that time again! Most of us are running around trying to find that special gift for everyone on our list. The cars honk loudly, the people push rudely in the stores- it all seems to be the antithesis of the what the season should inspire.But the other night, when my husband came home and recounted the story of his [...]

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The Busy, Beautiful Autumn

Have you started to feel that new crispness in the air? I hate to see summer go but I love the riotous colors of fall. Read more of my “fall feelings” on the October style of my “Your Beautiful Month” Birthday Greetings line.Everyone gets busier in Autumn, so on my cousin’s suggestion I created two special boxed sets of my [...]

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Life is Like A Pie Crust!

I got up early on this beautiful fourth of July morning to make my dessert for today’s family gathering.As I started to roll the dough my mouth watered at the notion of fresh blueberry pie bursting with fruit.“Oh no,” I thought, as the mixture started to crumble. “Had I ruined it, by having prepared it yesterday?”Since it wasn’t coming together, I frantically [...]

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