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A. (Dailey) Branch

I dedicate this blog to my great-grandmother,  Mittie Dailey, who will be 108 this year.  Initially I created this for a school assignment, but now that I graduated, I have decided to use this blog as my way to release my daily … Continue reading

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Guess Who’s Back???

I took a brief hiatus from the blogging world, but “I’m baaaaccck”.  After graduating from The University of North Texas (UNT)   and spending the summer months searching for a full-time gig, I finally landed a permanent position as a Relocation Consultant. … Continue reading

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Out with the old, In with the new…

The beginning of a new journey Well I finally did it!! I finally graduated.  This has been a long and mentally draining road trip.  I was so bogged down with assignments, projects, exams,  and not to mention my domestic responsibilities; … Continue reading

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Festival Hopping

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Once Diabetes Attacks…

Fighting Childhood Obesity According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in children and adolescents; about 151,000 people below the age of 20 years have diabetes.”  Several decades ago … Continue reading

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Counting My Blessings

“To be a Christian without prayer is no more possible than to be alive without breathing…”  Martin Luther King, Jr. Over the weekend and today I’ve spent a lot of time reflecting on His goodness and just being thankful.  My husband just returned from a two-week … Continue reading

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Friday’s Thought’s

I made it through week one.  My classes don’t seem like they are going to be too difficult (I may have to retract that statement later in the semester though, but we’ll see).  I turned in my graduation application to … Continue reading

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