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Category Archives: #ThrowbackThursday
. . . “The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate.”~Oprah Winfrey, American entertainer . . WELCOME to My First Official Post here on dwhirsch.com It’s official: my website is self-hosted. It’s … Continue reading
. . . “Desire if the key to motivation”~Mario Andretti, American sportscar driver . . . . Today’s Alphabet Haiku is brought to you by the letter F. . . Today’s Thursday Throwback link is also brought to you by the … Continue reading
If we were having coffee… Wasn’t that coffee tasting fun? I know, you may not be such a Starbucks supporter, but these monthly events are now something my husband and I look forward to. So far, I’ve learned that I … Continue reading
I’m happy I stumbled upon the Throwback Thursday Link Party. There’s a lot of #tbt flopping out there on social media, but a lot of it is selfish. Look at me! Me me me!! It’s all about me!! People post … Continue reading
“Let my soul smile through my heart and my heart smile through my eyes, that I may scatter rich smiles in sad hearts.”~Paramahansa Yogananda, Indian leader This was almost the ideal Throwback Thursday. Five years ago, on a Thursday as … Continue reading
“My best friend is the man who in wishing me well wishes it for my sake.”~Aristotle, Greek Philosopher I have failed my New Year’s Resolution every year. It’s not even a specific task that can be quantified, like “I will … Continue reading