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Thursday, June 26, 2014

True Story - Syndication Express

Written by Meredith Elizabeth


A decade ago, I was in a totally different place. I was in my first
marriage, with a little baby and we were so poor. My husband worked as
an art teacher in a high school and I was trying to find work that would
be worth the child care cost. He was an alcoholic and so you know how
that goes. The whole house was in chaos: finances, our marriage, our
"family life", our health, everything was unsure.


As an adopted person, "unsure" is very scary to me. We lived paycheck
to paycheck. I wasn't sure if my husband was going to walk out on me
and my daughter. He basically isolated himself from us, like the plague.
What was so horrible about his young attractive wife and his angel
baby?


He pawned valuables just to get money to go to the bars. He'd get so
drunk he'd insult me in front of everyone. At one point we owed the bank
$200. So, we finally got the cash and brought it to the bank. The
teller dutifully registered our deposit and mistakenly handed the $200
dollars back to my husband in error.



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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Limitations How to Fight Them - Syndication Express

Written by Susan Boston



limitations



Limitations are not fact they are opinions.
Many times they are just an unprovable theory conceived by others about
you without any proof!
Tell me if you've heard this one:


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Monday, June 16, 2014

Chivalry Beats in The Heart of a Homeless Man - Syndication Express

Written by Susan Boston


Chivalry does live and it lives in the heart of a homeless man in Mo. Do you ever think about winning the lottery?

Do you ever say something like, "If I won the lottery, I would help a lot of people."?

Isn't it strange how we think about giving after (we) get money?


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