Tag Archives: Friends Social Media

Gems Among the Stones

How often do you stick out your hand and introduce yourself to your fellow humanity? How many times have you found the diamond in the rough because you did? It was the summer of 2008. We were still new to … Continue reading

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Feast or Famine

Life of Riley Cool drinks with little umbrellas. Sailing into the sunset for excitement and adventure. We feast on a lifestyle that most only dream. So why do I write about feast and famine? Because life isn’t that simple no … Continue reading

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MANday Challenge

Here’s a fun contest for you to participate in. My blogging friend Jillian Dodd does an excellent MANday post on Monday’s. If nothing else, it will get your juices flowing on a Monday morning. Now she’s convinced a very fine … Continue reading

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Friendship and Patricia Sands

I talk a lot about friendship here at Flying with the Phoenix because without friendship, life would be very lonely. Friends help us heal, they teach us, and they nurture us. As life flows, friendships have a tendency to move … Continue reading

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Life Experiences That Bind Us in Friendship

Last summer I had the privileged to take a class with Kristen Lamb, a home grown expert in social media and branding. I’d encourage every writer to take her next amazing class. I walked away from this experience with some … Continue reading

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Social Hour: The Line

Ever stood in line at the bank, a concert or a government office? Then you know the folks in the line have at least something in common. Are you one of those folks who buries their head in a newspaper, … Continue reading

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Communication: Then and Now

Back in 1876 an ol’ boy named Bell/ Invented a contraption that we know so well…. Reba’s words get stuck in my head whenever I think of communication through history. But even in 1994 when the song came out, I … Continue reading

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