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Is Facebook vying for the role of my BFF?

Two days ago, a message popped up from Google or Facebook or some other non human entity asking "Your birthday's coming up soon (it is in fact in a couple weeks) Do you want to plan something?"

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Smart, but just not Farm Smart

The crops were so lush, the sky blue, and the water impressive. Ding....photo opp.

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Through Our 12 Years of Marriage My True Love Shared with Me…

12 years later, amid the Corona Virus pandemic that seems to deplete a new joy every day (hugging, singing, dining out, imbibing, theater, movies, concerts, visiting friends and family, international travel, traveling across state lines and using public restrooms are all found to be risky and are mostly restricted) I thought it might be good to recap the mostly peaks of a happily wedded life.

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If I two-step they will come, well, maybe

Throughout my marketing career, I've had enough experience with crowd mentality to know, unless there's a prize at stake, most people don't like to go first.

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Modern Woodmen ‘Hometown Hero’ Supports Real Heroes at Veterans Northeast Outreach Center

The Heartbeat of Haverhill

It was so remarkable to receive a call from Elisabeth Brady of Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial letting me know that I had been selected as this year’s Hometown Hero for building community and presenting Haverhill in a positive way through my articles, blog posts and photography for The Heartbeat of Haverhill and Haverhill Life magazine.

For those who might not be aware, “Modern Woodmen of America is a member-owned fraternal financial services organization. Together with our more than 750,000 members, we’ve been touching lives and securing futures since 1883. Modern Woodmen and those we serve work together to identify local needs and make an impact in communities nationwide. It’s all part of what makes us unique as a fraternal financial services organization.” Elisabeth Brady is our local representative and she is intrinsically involved in our community.

Part of the Hometown Hero award was a $100 donation to be made to…

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