Trust part two?

Spend two hours per day writing.  That is the commitment I made to myself to be divided as follows:  half an hour on paid assignments; half an hour blogging; 45 minutes working on an idea; and 15 minutes writing in my journal.  Here’s to hoping this formula produces concrete results and provides inspiration.  Obviously I cannot accomplish much in this department when left to my own devices….

Chances are you’re steadily drinking sugar.

It’s common knowledge that sugar creates hyperactive kids and saturates fattening desserts.  Discover 10 Things You Don’t Know About SugarOur family made the conscious choice to eliminate unnecessary sugar from our food whenever possible.  Sounds easy enough, right?  Combating saccharin proves trickier than expected.  Read on for Sugar Shockers.  Let it be known we will never use artificial sweeter as a sugar substitute– but that’s a story for another day.  If you must sweeten use the real deal over manufactured and chemically processed ick! 

May 2013

May 2013

What an unexpected surprise to run into my favorite Irish lass at the playground in Collierville!  Anne and I spoke about the possibility of rekindling Circle of Trust.  I cast my vote as a resounding yes.  Meredith, what say you?  Our beloved Moms group only met once but it was one of the best meetings in the history of ever.  😉

Donald Paul Dawkins

Donald Paul Dawkins

Please keep the family of Paul Dawkins in your thoughts and prayers.  May they find love, comfort, and peace.  I didn’t know him well but he welcomed me into his home as an old friend and I’ll remember him fondly.  Rest in peace, Paul. 

With infinite love, gratitude, and respect,

Sloane

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About Cocktails With Hemingway

I'm blunt and opinionated. Virtually everything I say or do is a contradiction but I'm not a hypocrite. I never hesitate to speak my mind and never fail to leave an impression wherever I go. You love me, you hate me, but you'll never forget me.
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