Monthly Archives: August 2007

Fishing and an Experience of the Heart

Fishing and an Experience of the Heart                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 by Bonnie Jarvis-Lowe The rain stayed and stayed, it ran in little rivulets down the side of the windows, taking dust and debris as it went. When the showers stopped everything looked so fresh, smelled so wonderful, the greens so bright that it was difficult to stay angry… Continue Reading

The Winter of My Life (Part I)

The Winter of My Life (Part I) by Joan Cripps, March 2005 Winter Is Here My Dear Children: As we all know, time has a way of moving quickly and catching us unaware of the passing years. It seems like yesterday that I was a young woman, just married and embarking on life with my… Continue Reading

Target Your Market

Target Your Market by Natalie Walsh The success of any business requires a sound marketing plan no matter how big or small, and when I say “marketing” it’s not as simple as just advertising. When we look around at some of the “giant” retailers, we see that yes they do plenty of advertising, but everything… Continue Reading

Be Uncomfortable & Transform Your World

Be Uncomfortable & Transform Your World by Pegine Echevarria I watched the bells toll for the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks and was taken by the faces of the families and friends attending the ceremonies. Their strength and determination to live, their commitment to their family and their city was evident in their… Continue Reading

I Am Now a Pencil

I Am Now a Pencil By Joseph Vermette I am now a pencil . . . but I began life a full two centuries ago as a tree. Oh, the things I saw, the revolutions I witnessed! You would probably be loath, as a human, to exist as a towering inanimate object, but I can tell… Continue Reading