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Adventures of a Massage Therapist

An Easter Tale

Once upon a time, in a land of salty, gray ocean, two little girls scampered around in their cotton night gowns, searching for treasure. Baskets claimed, foil wrappers surrounding them, jelly beans sorted and traded, the girls reveled in an early morning high. The...

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Warning – For Cat Guardians Only

  Because I don't have ENOUGH to do, my little darlings have been creating more work for me. Or, perhaps they are trying to inspire me to write more blogs. If that's the case, kudos to you cats. Kudos to you. I had a "flurry" of guests and activity at my home in...

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For the love of the card

I love Christmas cards. I actually love any kind of card. I love anything I receive in the mail that isn't a bill. I enjoy the little spark of joy when I pull the envelope out of the mailbox. I get a kick out of breaking the seal. I enjoy the decorative front and what...

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The Aftermath of Irma – Part Two – FOOD

Another realization post hurricane was that I could have been more creative with my food planning. I had apocalypse food. Like a jar of peaches. Stew-like soup that COULD be eaten cold if necessary. Pretzels. Peanut butter and bread. Instant mashed potatoes. Tuna....

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The Aftermath of Irma – Part One – STUFF

My mantra for the storm was, “It will be scary, but it will be fine.” Unless you are living it, you can’t really imagine what it’s like (as is such with all life events). We weighed our options and made our decision to stay. We were not in an evacuation zone. We were...

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Cat Food

Can I just tell you that I've spent hours (HOURS) researching cat food. It's so painful. I try not to be persuaded by commercials, but I want to give my babies food that will keep them healthy and allow them to live a long life. My little angel Cecilia is 12 years...

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Interesting Places I Go #4 – People’s Homes

Being invited into someone's home is always a great honor. I've been to very grand, lavish homes, and I've been to more modest abodes. Guarded gates, apartments, two-story walk-ups, and estates. But the feeling is the same: Your home is your sanctuary and you've...

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Be an Organ Donor #DonateLife

This month marks the one year anniversary of my husband's liver transplant. It has been quite a year. As with many big life events I think there's a part of me that says, "Wow, it's been a year already," and the other part says, "It's ONLY been a year?" It's been a...

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Acupuncture and Massage

I received acupuncture for the first time about two years ago. I was always curious, but skeptical. I also felt like it took some research on my part - I didn't want just anyone messing with my chi (I'll get back to that in a moment). Honestly, I also REALLY didn't...

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Erin Copelan

Licensed Massage Therapist

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