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    SIMPLE WORDS

    Sometimes the best words of wisdom are the simple ones that just happen to arrive at the right time. Even though the words should be obvious, you don’t always know you need…

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    I SAW HER

    Would you make a move to approach someone if you could tell they were upset? There was a woman riding the metro early yesterday evening when I was on my way home.…

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    QUESTIONS: BRING ‘EM ON

    I was answering some reader comments the other day when I came across a question Barry had left on my post about going to the gym. “Do you get hit on a…

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    Fashion Statement

    I removed my toenail polish last Friday afternoon, and got so far as to paint the big toenail on my left foot before something happened and I got distracted. Since I didn’t…

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    BIRTHDAY WEEKEND

    My 27th birthday weekend was as great as I expected it would be. Mom made a delicious lunch, I went to the Beer and Seafood Festival on Brown’s Island with my sisters…

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    AN UPGRADE WITH A CONSCIENCE

    Less than two weeks into a new cellular contract, I had to upgrade to a higher allowance for text messages. It turns out I’m sending more non-Verizon text messages than I thought…

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    THINGS THAT MAKE ME HAPPY

    Being loved: Even though the date is over three weeks away, plans have already been put in motion for my birthday weekend. Being missed: Now that I’m in a new department and…

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    A POSITIVE SPIN

    The computer got wet Bad: I spilled water on my laptop Sunday night (the cover was closed, so it didn’t get on the keyboard), and I immediately wiped it off, but I…

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    To Have Your Eyes Lasered

    And now: my experience with PRK laser vision correction. Lest anyone feel the need to yell at me for writing such a long update while my eyes are still blurry, let me…

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    WEAR RED

    Today is National Wear Red Day, a movement sponsored by the American Heart Association to encourage women to “band together and wipe out heart disease.” Heart disease is the #1 killer of…