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I read the Tennessean every day, but a day late. My husband gets the daily paper. He reads it throughout the day and then puts it into MY "pile". Occasionally he also puts some other publication in the pile. Last week, the"other" publication was the AARP newspaper. The cover had OUTRAGE...
I don’t know if it’s me or ActiveRain but I’ve been trying to write a couple of posts and it seems like the keys on my laptop are sticking when I write. I think it’s AR. I’m writing this in word and am having NO problem whatsoever. I seem to recall this happening the last time I was here. M...
Michael Thornton graciously organized our meetup in Brentwood this winter. Where there were only 4 of us, quality made up for the lack of Rainers! We all met at the O'Charlys in Brentwood and had a delightful lunch with lots of laughter and sharing of ideas. Annelle Tubbs, works with Michael. ...
Business Facilities has named Tennessee the "State of the Year" for the second straight year! The Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner, Bill Haggerty recently told the Tennessean "We are consistently regarded as one of the most favorable business climates in the United Stat...
The oddest thing happened on my post yesterday. I wrote the post and then headed home for the day, like I often do. When I came in this morning, the post showed 7 comments. I started to respond to each when I noticed that there were only 6. That's right, 1,2,3,4,6,7 . What happened to 5? Did s...
Christmas Cards are everywhere and as we dismantle the tree and decorations, don't forget to also recycle your Christmas Cards! I don't mean throw them into the recycle bin at home, but mail them off to St Jude's Ranch for Children! St. Jude's Ranch for Children will turn your used Christmas C...
I promised myself I would get back with the program this week. I made it to the office early to do email and send out some things. Then I got to the gym and ran on the treadmill. All was working well. Then I called HER. A lady in my Sunday School class was under the weather and I called to chec...
Metro Nashville has 11 Drop off Sites for live Christmas Trees. This is an excellent way to recycle your tree and help the city. All the trees are taken to the Mulching Facility in Bordeaux where they are mulched. The mulch is either sold or used on the many hiking trails throughout the city. ...
This year is certainly going to be a life changer! Lots of new energy and excitement to start the year! As I plan my January blogging I can't help but reflect on how it started for me in the Spring of 2008. First it was listings and commenting. Lurking around in the background, trying to ...
It's been a while but I wanted to stop by today to wish everyone a VERY Merry Christmas! I will be posting regularly from now on. Stay tuned the adventure posts explaining my disappearance!