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It's Not the Critic Who Counts

Posted by Denise Daisy on October 27, 2015 at 11:55 AM Comments comments (3)

The worst thing that has happened to our society of late, and what I believe will be the destruction of our county if not the world, is self-proclaimed critics. It is those, who themselves have never accomplished anything substantial in their life, but sit on their glorified ass and criticize all who try.

Negativity is a powerful force and is a destroyer of everything. There is a reason God says to put a guard over your tongue. He wasn’t exaggerating when he said the tongue has th...

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The Walking Dead

Posted by Denise Daisy on November 24, 2014 at 11:50 AM Comments comments (0)

Yesterday I attended my Great Aunt Dot’s funeral. She lived to be 93 years old and then her life here, on this planet ended. As in all funerals and memorials there is a reflection of the life lived here. Who the person was, who they married, who they brought into the world, what they did while they were here and who they left behind.

It was a wet and windy Sunday as we stood in the cemetery, honoring her life and retu...

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In Defense of Selfies...It's all tit for tat.

Posted by Denise Daisy on September 15, 2014 at 10:05 AM Comments comments (0)

 

Today’s society is focused on appearance or to put it more accurately, society is focused on the “appearance” of appearance. Unfortunately selfies have taken a beating by so many. And if you dare post one, be prepared for ridicule by those who secretly admire themselves but do not have the courage to post selfies. Let’s face it, we all take selfies every day. We all have mirrors in our home and spend time in front of them, making sure we are satisfied with...

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An excerpt from Your Morning Cup

Posted by Denise Daisy on September 12, 2014 at 10:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Perfect Pumpkin Patches

It was a beautiful fall day in Southern California, so I decided to surprise my daughter Journey, and take her to a pumpkin patch. This was no ordinary pumpkin patch, this was the pumpkin patch of all pumpkin patches, complete with jump houses of every size, train rides, super slides, hay bale mazes, tons of goodies to eat, and yes, there were thousands of pumpkins!

Journey had never seen the pumpkin patch and I couldn’t wait to surprise her. I had on...

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