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“It ain’t nothin’ till I call it!”

That’s a quote from a Bill Klem, widely regarded as the “Father” of baseball umpires.  While he was referring to strikes and balls, the sentiment holds great meaning about “labeling”…everything. Meet my neighbors… Just about two of the most incredible human beings I could ever

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Compassion…for yourself

In the past 20 years, I’ve had the good fortune of being a fur-mom to 10 golden retrivers. Don’t bother to do the math, I AM that dog mom.  8 years ago on New Year’s Eve day, we said so long to one of our

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You”r” feelings matter, part 2

Practical Despite the many challenges this year held, all kinds of folks found ways to thrive.  Necessity being the mother of all invention, many began new businesses or changed careers. Others pivoted their businesses. Some realized personal goals. Others relished settling into a new rhythm which afforded

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YOU”r” feelings are real

Practical It’s only Wednesday, and I already caught 3 people attempting to diminish their feelings.  I, too, engage in that narrative.  The one that sounds something like “I can’t complain, I know many people that are much worse off than I.” Here’s the challenge with

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You, 1″OH”1…

…Weathering the storm As I write this according to forecasters, approximately a 1/3 of the country is bracing for a storm they haven’t seen the likes of in a couple of years.  Somehow that narrative isn’t as noteworthy as it might have been a mere

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“But what if we could?”, Part 2 – Danny Meyer

About a month ago, I posted “A letter to the restaurant industry…but what if we could?”  This morning I watched the higly decorated veteran,  Danny Meyer, share his thoughts about the industry.  I quote from the segment “The restaurant model is broken…Now is the time

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NEWaukee Cloud Cafe Recipes for 7.23.20

Fennel Salad  Ingredients 2 small to meduim sized fennel bulbs, trimmed and sliced thin 2 medium sized oranges, rinsed, peeled and sliced 20 pitted kalamata olives, quartered approximately 8 mint leaves, very thinly sliced olive oil salt and pepper taste Instructions: On a platter and

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