Where’s My Pony?

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I’ve had to deal with a host of disappointments lately, and—truth be told—it’s all my own fault. “All of it?” you ask. Yep, pretty much. And it’s not really due to the actual events, situations, or people… but due to my expectations. We all have expectations—ideas about what’s going to happen, how we’re going to feel, and the manner in which …

Anchors Aweigh

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Have you ever had some sort of a temporary injury? For example, you sprained your ankle, broke your arm, cut your hand, or suffered some sort of condition that forced you to change your normal daily routine? How about a bad cold or the flu? Suddenly, your ‘normal’ routine stops and everything changes. It can be quite a shock. The …

A New Year. Really?

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New year’s resolutions. New eating plans. New goals and objectives. New rules. New gym membership. New morning routine. New attitude. New job. New enthusiasm. New relationship. A new start! Or is it? Whether we realize or not, the new year always brings about a shift in our perspective. And it’s simply due to one fact: a calendar date. But does …

Kringle Coaches Warlock, Change Imminent

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North Pole (NP WIRE) December 8, 2014 – Another holiday miracle is sweeping the nation causing widespread goodwill, uplifted spirits, and hope to the humbug. The trending craze was sparked by the recent streaming of the Rankin and Bass production of Santa Claus is Coming to Town—a 1970’s holiday television classic. In a pivotal scene, the Winter Warlock tells a …

Are We There Yet?

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“Are we there yet?” I asked. “Almost,” replied Grandpa. Each minute felt like an hour. After all, it was our first time visiting Florida since Grandma and Grandpa had moved to Tampa from Wisconsin, and Walt Disney World was a dream come true for an 8-year old. The anticipation was killing me, but the wait made the experience that much …