Gift Boxes The holiday season has begun and seeing gift boxes and advertisements in the newspaper and on TV and social media, I was reminded of the Mysterious Little Brown Cardboard Box story in my family business memoir, No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense). The Mystery Begins It was the spring of 1961 and my…

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Word Wednesday • “Multifarious” is my word for WordWednesday Definition • Adjective: Having or occurring in great variety or diversity Pronunciation • Pronunciation – Mul-tuh-FAIR-ee-us Usage • We have “Multifarious” ways to learn about the local, national, and worldwide news. Closing Question • Do you prefer  a “Multifarious” bouquet or something simple?     My family business memoir No Bunk,…

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Planning a New Garden I am back from my High Holidays respite. I have begun the new year of 5781 by planting in my new garden. I have sweet memories of working in the garden with my parents in the back yard of our home. It was a treat playing in the dirt and tending…

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Word Wednesday •  “Dulcet” is my word for WordWednesday Definition- Adjective • Pleasing to the ear, sweet to the taste, pleasant or agreeable Pronunciation • Pronunciation – DUL-sut Usage • I love the summer fruits because they are deliciously “Dulcet” at this time of year! Closing Question • What do you find most “Dulcet”  to your ears or taste?  …

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Past Presidential Candidates’ Brain Color Personalities There are only 77 days until November 3rd—Election Day 2020.  I have been determining the candidates’ Brain Colors since Presidential Election of 2000. That was the contested (hanging chads) election when Al Gore, a Green Brainer  and Joe Lieberman, a Blue Brainer ran against George W. Bush, an Orange…

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