Even in Tragedy We Can Find Peace – Thoughts From a Former Media Girl

I say that as if I am a trained journalist. I’m still working in media of a different kind, but no I wasn’t a reporter. I just didn’t quite know how to explain exactly what I did in two words, but I will now. One of my most favorite jobs throughout my career was when … Continue reading

Reflections of 9-11 in Tribute to Kevin T. Szocik

Kevin T. Szocik Memorial Gate 9-11 Tribute Lunenburg MA

Today, in my hometown a beautiful memorial will be dedicated on behalf of one of our own who lost his life on that fateful day. The Kevin T. Szocik Memorial Gate has been built & erected as the main gate to the Lunenburg High School football field.  Kevin was an amazing athlete.  More than that, … Continue reading

Michael Jackson Remembered

I cannot believe a year has passed since his untimely death.  I had a long week at work and wasn’t going to blog today but after catching up with some of the Oprah episodes I DVR’d this week, I felt inspired. On Thursday, Oprah dedicated her show – The Michael Jackson Interview: Oprah Reflects –  … Continue reading

Childhood Memories From Gary Coleman

Well not directly. This past week saw the death of a childhood star that for me brings back so many wonderful memories.  Gary Coleman was only two years older than I, but that little guy left quite an impression on this little girl back in the day.  So much has been made of Gary’s physical ailments or his … Continue reading

More Good Stuff!

First, I must apologize to my avid readers (Bryce, that’s you too, my friend) for getting a bit behind again in my writing. My day job has kept me very busy working just about 50 hours each week…give or take. Add to that my own business is picking up a bit, which is a good … Continue reading

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