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A Shoebox House, Written by Rhonda Phelps

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July 13, 2018

Coming in January: Finding a Spark when the Stakes are High  It’s rare to find a date the organic way. Cyber-dating is the fad of the century, but it wasn’t what I expected when I signed up on Match.com. I had heard raving reviews about people on dating sites nurturing relationships, meeting their match, and… Read More ›

# 10 Ways to Win a Woman on a First Dinner Date

What is a first date? Not only do men and women appear to be different species, we all think differently, look different, react differently, everything is different. Dating is not a reason to go have sex with someone, because it is the means of spending enjoyable time with someone, with the possibilities of having a… Read More ›

You can change the world… one week at a time

(Photo by William Earl Thornton) This morning I was reflecting on the past week and decided to share  my thoughts. I have a friend who is a veteran, a Desert Storm survivor. We talk on the phone about once a week and I am always amazed at what he has to say. I usually listen… Read More ›

It’s the little things…

I texted some of my friends a photo of a page stamped with my new “Copy” stamp for work this morning. It said, “I am so excited about my new ‘copy’ stamp! It’s the little things…” One of my friends commented “Cool! It is the little things. That’s why I love you.” Awwww… my heart… Read More ›

What is a A Shoebox House? It’s a true story of Ghosting…

It’s not the kind of ghosting that happens in haunted houses and cemetaries. It’s the kind of ghosting described as “disappearing” on someone, usually another person-of-interest. That’s right, they just disappear. Whether it’s after a few friendly text’s or after a 20-year relationship, it still hurts. I know… I know… another online dating story. Not… Read More ›

The Bird Nest – Waiting for Spring

This family of birds picked special twigs and streams of bark to construct this nest in the tree behind my house, and its only about 4 feet from the ground. I’ve peeked at new cats walking on the fence-tops in the neighborhood this winter, so I’m hoping that this treasured home will survive. Enjoy your… Read More ›

What If…

            Thank you for joining me today… Rhonda    

TranQuility

The sun sets over murky water, gliding over the horizon and leaving hope for another day. (Photo by William Earl Thornton)

The Honey Bird and Frog Story – To me with love from my children..

My children and their baby-sitter wrote this story for me in 2002 when they were 6 & 8 years old. A treasure worth saving… I love it…   Once upon a time there was a honey bird named Rose and a frog named Ribbit. They lived in a forest . They could only talk to… Read More ›

(: {: [: ( > : ARE YOU MOODY?? : > ( :[ :{ :(

  ARE YOU MOODY? I imagine your friends and family can help you with this one… 🙂 Other than the normal awareness we all have for ourselves, mood rings are a resource for the spiritually related individual. Mood rings were invented in 1975 by a jewelry designer and a physician, and they sold $1 million… Read More ›

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