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On a mission

They say: Henry Ford did not invent the automobile. He didn’t even invent the assembly line. But more than any other single individual, he was responsible for transforming the automobile from an invention of unknown utility into an innovation that profoundly shaped the 20th century and continues to affect our lives today.

And Henry Ford said, “Don’t find fault, find a remedy”.

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Featured Posts – Share Your Post Links

Featured posts and a blog party at A Cooking Poet and Twisted Tales

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Sharing, Blogs, Networking, Growing Readership, Connection, Bloggers, Blog Posts‘PLEASE SEND IN YOUR LINKS.’ 

Today’s featured blogs are:

Abandoned:

Take a look. What comes to your mind? Poignant photo. Like is said, an image can relay a thousand words or thoughts and Deborah’s words simply tugs at some strings.

How tough can it get?

Every day, I see or read about another inspiring woman and these little stories keep me going.

Reasons why being single is becoming more desirable

What’s your opinion? Are people better off staying single and unmarried? Is marriage too much of a hassle?

Samhain blessings

You learn something new every day. I must admit I didn’t know what Samhain meant before now.

Exercise Winter Wonderland

You’ve done the excuse thing all through the year and now you’ve got the perfect excuse called Winter. No more excuses.

What I did on my Summer vacation

A beautiful post that will make you smile. Perhaps you’ll learn a thing…

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My Daily Observation: 10/6/17

from Dream Big, Dream Often

Dream Big, Dream Often

DannyYesterdayI wroteabout how I grew up a little bit in relation to my favorite sports teams.  The fact is that I needed to grow up a little, but I don’t want to grow up too much.  I do want to maintain some of that child-like enthusiasm for life.  I don’t know a lot of people who have kept their inner-child alive.

I noticed this week that it is incredibly important to do child-like things that remind us of simpler times; that remind us of what life is really about.  Adulting fogs the window of life.  Being an adult and growing up is not always something to wear like a badge of honor.  Don’t get me wrong I think it is important to act grown up sometimes and be responsible, but sometimes we need to be a little irresponsible.

It is good for the soul to roll around…

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Featured Posts – Share Your Post Links

I’m honored to be a featured blogger on A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales

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Sharing, Blogs, Networking, Growing Readership, Connection, Bloggers, Blog Posts‘PLEASE SEND IN YOUR LINKS.’ 

Today’s featured blogs are:

To all uncles

A whole lot of obtuse and obnoxious fellows out there. This one is for you.

Pretension

Sometimes a good pretence makes the best offence.

Roo’s narration will give you some chuckles. I particularly like these quote below and wonder if it’s true with our menfolk 😉

nothing motivates men faster than the sight of  a woman with power tools.

Crosswalk

I can imagine this framed and hung up in a café or any area where it would be the cause for conversation. I even see a story in the photo.

Farm chores with grandpap and grandma’s kitchen table

Beautiful, poignant post, to say the least. It made me recollect beautiful memories of my grandparents and my days of farming.

Social Media Detox

How much does social media currently influence your life and time? A recommended read and useful tips.

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