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At the Dave Ramsey Show!

I have been following Dave Ramsey off and on for about 12 years now and he is definitely one of my favorite mentors. I have read Entreleadership twice, and it is one of my favorite books that I highly recommend to entrepreneurs! I’ve read Financial Peace Revisited, which Mr. Ramsey would be proud to know […]

The Entrepreneur

Love what you do, It’s part of God’s plan. It wasn’t his intent, To persecute man.   What are your hobbies? What makes you smile? There’s a market for that, If you’ll crawl the mile.   Look around at all people. What do you see? People who have and who don’t. People that will, people […]

Home, sweet home!

  I overheard a conversion not long ago. Hey, if you talk loud enough that I can hear you, I’m probably going to listen!   So, the waitress was talking to a family from Miami that came to the mountains to evade hurricane Irma.  She was telling them,  as soon as she finishes school,  she’s […]

Salty Wounds

  Salty Wounds I offend you, do I? I thought I should be me. My words were never meant to hurt, I’m told my speech is free.   Tell me friend, what aggrieves you? The threat of contradiction? The darkness stirring in your soul, Is of your own conviction.   We coalesce as a species, […]

Memory lane – Destin, FL

I’m sitting home today. I don’t want to go anywhere! That doesn’t happen often haha But I have a list of things to get done around the house. So instead, I’m archiving photos. I came across some photos from November 2016, when we had wildfires here in NC. The smoke was unbearable as it traveled […]

The Smell Of Rain

It’s raining again today. I’m not complaining. Rain makes everyone take things a bit slower. The animals hunker down. Flowers close or droop. Even humans, though we might not want to put it in a lower gear, tend to drive a bit more cautious (at least we hope), and are even tempted to take a […]

Fall Foliage 2017

Autumn is a spectacular time of year to visit the Appalachian Mountains. Of course, it gets colder sooner in the Northern Appalachian Mountains, but the Southern Appalachians are not far behind in color change due to an elevation of over 5,000 feet in some regions. Regardless of your location along the Appalachians, the fall foliage […]

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