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Wind, Rain and Hail…

If you live anywhere in the midwest, then the last week you have experienced some rather outrageous weather. It all started last Friday afternoon with storms passing through Indianapolis while Janet and I were watching a movie at a local ...

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Going Viral!

In the past month, Transitions has added more than 1000 followers on FaceBook and it occurred to me that many of our new readers have no idea how all this got started. So, tonight I thought I would give a little ...

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Permission Granted…

Many years ago, like more than a quarter of a century ago, I started to learn the art of fly fishing. In fact, I also got involved in the hobby of making flies as I was convinced that there could ...

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Another Trip Around the Sun…

I guess I should say at the top of this post that it is my 64th birthday today. Yep... difficult to believe that the years are passing so quickly. But, for some reason, this year's celebration has been different than ...

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Love Letters…

This week has been filled with Valentines and stories on social media about the love affairs of people throughout history. Most notably, I tend to like presidential history and I watched a video of President Bush (41) and Barbara talking ...

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Hygge…

I don't know how many of you are familiar with the Danish word, pronounced "hue-guh" that has suddenly entered our vocabulary and our culture. I don't even think that I was aware of the impact on us until I noticed ...

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Watching Them Grow…

Throughout my career in the staffing and consulting businesses, I have worked with more than 60,000 people - assisting many of them with job searches and finding new employment. And as I went through seminary and worked on my doctorate, ...

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The Hall of Fame…

It's Super Bowl Sunday and the two best teams in the NFL were vying for the title of the best football team in the world. It's quite an honor and regardless of which team you were rooting for, the fact ...

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Groundhog Day…

Today is February 2nd, traditionally known as Groundhog Day! It's the day that we wait to see if Punxsutawney Phil comes out to see his shadow - letting us know whether we will have six more weeks of winter or ...

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It’s That Time of Year Again…

It's difficult to believe, but January is almost over and the year is in full swing. There is a new President in the White House, the spring semester of school is back in session and businesses have generally approved their ...

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