An apple a day

An apple a day by Nancy Knowlton
Some of the wise advice and habits about food and health that I learned when I was young have turned out to be helpful throughout my life.
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Seeing is believing

Seeing is believing by Nancy Knowlton
I loved believing in Santa Claus and did so longer than most thanks to my father and a kindly neighbor.
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A most important decision

A most important decision by Nancy Knowlton
Prioritizing your relationships, particularly your choice of spouse, can lead to a wealth of happiness. If you have this form of happiness, you will be rich indeed.
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Disabled temporarily

Disabled Temporarily by Nancy Knowlton
Experiencing what it is like to be disabled, even if it’s only for a couple of months, brings awareness about accessibility. Much has been done, but so much more could be done.
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A Thanksgiving present

Autumn leaves
I hadn’t ever thought about receiving (or giving) a gift for Thanksgiving, so receiving one was both a surprise and a joy.
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Maintaining a great relationship

Couple on motorcycle
Even though we've been married for close to 28 years, we keep it fresh and fun. A little silliness goes a long way in the very serious business of commitment. Sharing and caring is an important ingredient for happiness.
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Mini me

Sometimes life is about owning something just for the fun of it. My Mini expresses a part of me that is a little wild and crazy, even if it’s just for the length of a short commute.
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Confessions of a golf addict

Running hand in grass
For most of my life, I wasn't interested at all in golf.  Now, I'm thoroughly obsessed from a variety of angles.  Never saying never is a lesson I'm glad I keep getting to learn.
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