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Book Review – One Gal’s Opinion

BLIND ACCEPTANCE  (Click for Sandra Kirchman’s book review) by Sandra Pimentel Sandra Pimentel’s Blind Acceptance is available to purchase at major book retailers and online retailers including:  – At Amazon:  – At Barnes & Noble:   – At Xlibris:    ABOUT SANDRA PIMENTEL Sandra Pimentel (nee Pasquale) was born in 1942 in Boston, earned a nursing degree, and married Paul Pimentel in 1965. […]

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I’m Only Going to Say This Once…

My positive refrain was “Oh, gee, how great it is to be alive.”

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Winnie the Pooh Saga Over 100 Years Old

How many among us fondly recall the wonderful stories of  the “silly old bear,” Winnie the Pooh?  These stories were either read to us as children or we read them to our own children.  In the UK, Winnie the Pooh is the #1 fictional character among British children; in Canada, Winnie is the #2 favorite character, […]

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How to Jump Off the Excuse Train and Reach Your Goals

  Have you ever noticed that your excuses for not succeeding at something seem so logical at the time?  However, you may have also noticed that they don’t show up well under the light of reason.  Here is an article taken from News and Experts press release, sent to me by Ginny Grimsley.  It offers […]

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4 Ways Anyone Can Be More Like a Marine

What do the United States Marines mean to you?  For some around the world they mean terror; for others they are one of the stable standards of defense with honor.  Although I’m a Canadian, I am impressed with the way the Marines conduct themselves.  I watched “Blackhawk Down” the other day and was in tears […]

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The Three Blogs of Sandra Bell Kirchman

I read somewhere that blog followers are just as interested in the subject of a blog as they are the author.  Therefore, you may be interested in my other blogs, or you may not.  Heck, you might even want to touch base with them now and then just to see if I can really keep up […]

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Oprah and Ellen

Women make an average of 30% less than men: $.70 cents to a man’s $1.00. Women of color fair even worse when it comes to income—making just around $.64 cents to a white man’s dollar. While the odds are against the average woman, especially the average minority woman, in the United States some women have […]

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Press Release re New Director of the FBI

IACP ENDORSES COMEY NOMINATION   Alexandria, VA – The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) today endorsed the nomination of James B. Comey to serve as the next Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). “Throughout his career, Mr. Comey has demonstrated an unyielding commitment to safeguarding our nation,” stated IACP President Craig […]

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Exercising for Seniors: Move It or Lose It

Five Moves to Put Seniors Back in the Game  §§§ For Americans 65 and older, falling down can be the worst thing to happen to them, according to statistics from the National Council on Aging: • One in three seniors experiences a significant fall each year • Every 18 seconds, a senior is admitted into an emergency room […]

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Current Demand for Computer & Software Employees Giving New Job Hope

Demand for Computer & Software Jobs Offers 2nd Career Opportunity ‘You Don’t Have to be a Math Whiz to Learn,’ Says Trainer/Programmer There are plenty of good jobs to be found on sites like Monster and Craigslist, says Mark Lassoff, a self-described computer geek and founder of LearnToProgram, Inc. (www.LearnToProgram.tv). The problem is, the glut […]

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