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Too Much Stuff

As I help my snowbird parents transition from Idaho to living with me for the winter months here in St. George, I’m reminded of the fact that we have “too much stuff”.  I’ve enjoyed the luxury of having their worldly belongings stored since May when we transitioned them north to enjoy the cool, mountain breezes […]

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No Regrets

A friend asked me the other day if we were to write the story of my life, at this point in my life, would there be any parts of it that I would have regrets and wish that I had a “do over”.  I thought about it for a moment, then replied to him that […]

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2 Weeks in a Fireworks Stand

A number of years ago, my Dad and I got the bright idea to run fireworks stand together. Since both of us look at life as many opportunities “yet to be experienced” .  In order to run this stand, we didn’t have to make a large monetary commitment up front; in fact, the only requirement […]

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Being Confident in Who You Are

  Who are You – Really?  Many people struggle with the concept of personal identity.  When we were children, most of us grew up confident in who we were – until we reached our teen years.  At that point in life, we are bombarded with big issues of identity – body image; perfect hair, skin, […]

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