Healing A Heart


Healing. It’s such an easy word to say, and yet it is such a hard process. HA! Hard process-that does not even describe where it starts. As long as I can remember I have been hurt and wore down. I don’t like to talk about it much-maybe because I don’t want to burden people or burden them any more than…

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Alaska Tips and Tricks


I am not expert on Alaska-in fact I have only been there once, but I have a few tips and tricks for those who have never been to Alaska and plan to visit there. I have learned a couple of things when I was there and I would like to share them. Make lots of noise when you are on…

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Picture Frame Collage


Have you ever heard that question, “If your house burned down and you had just enough time to grab 3 things, what would you grab?” More likely than not, one of the things that you would grab is a old photo album or a stack of pictures. This is because memories and experiences are important, in fact they are the…

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Alaskan Adventure: Introduction


Everyone has a particular time in their life when they really experience something. I know your thinking, Lindsay, everyday and every moment you are living and you are experiencing things. This is true, but their is a time in a person’s life when they truly experience life or a event. There comes a realization of what is going on, and…

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Dresser Drawer Organization


  We have all been there. And by “there” I mean when our dresser drawer won’t close. Annoying is an understatement for this situation. To help prevent this from happening organization is essential. One of the simplest and most effective ways to organize your drawer depends on how your clothes are folded. This may seem simple and like it will…

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The Moon and Star


The craziest thing just happened right now. I took my dog out so he could go (if you know what I mean). So, I took him outside and as he pranced around like a happy horse I looked up into the brisk night sky (let me just add that it is a clear but cold night-maybe 20 degrees). Anyways, I…

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