The Past Revisited

- by Kim Watters

My past has caught up with me. In the midst of sorting through old boxes of stuff from my youth, I came across an aptitude test that I’d taken in high school a few decades ago. Okay, I guess now is the time to admit I hate throwing anything away. My name should be Kim […]

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Organization-A Necessary Evil

- by Kim Watters

Kim Watters here. My son missed the bus the other morning. Okay, I know. It’s not the end of the world, but if I have to drive him to school, I’m going to be late for work. We never did find his YMCA card on our haste, but fortunately, they will let him into the […]

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A Gal Can Dream….

- by Kim Watters

Kim Watters here. A few weeks ago I had the honor of attending a book talk and signing of my son’s favorite author, Rick Riordan. In case you haven’t heard of him, maybe Percy Jackson rings a bell? Of course if you don’t have kids, maybe you haven’t heard of the man who drew 1100 […]

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Learning to fly

- by Kim Watters

Kim Watters here.  As I walked into my office the other day, I noticed a baby bird on the patio. Even though I don’t particularly like birds–a childhood nightmare that would take too long to explain here–this poor thing was kind of cute. I sure hope Mama was around to teach Junior how to fly […]

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