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Monday, April 25, 2011 Death/Taxes
I am a dog person. Not a pet person, but a hard core, my dog is my life, dog person. I have done obedience, hunt tests, field trials, rescue, and even a little conformation with my dogs.
What seems as inevitable as death and taxes is the average person's need for acceptance. We see young people dressing the way their peers do, attending the concerts their friends attend, texting
I missed the deadline on the Red Room death and taxes blog.
On CBS Sunday Morning on April 17, 2011, it was reported that 400 families pay taxes on an average income of $345,000,000/year. Those families make about $1 million a day - some a little more; some
"Ma'm," youth said."Yes?" I replied.
The cardboard box is small, no wider than the width of my palm, and no taller, its lid a faded paisley print in blue, its edges yellowed from the passing years.
In my life I've attended many funerals but the death that I find most unavoidable is the 'lingering death' of Alzheimer's. Insidious and patient, it creeps over its victims little by little, reducin
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