The Gift of Gratitude: Memories

Memories of times forgotten I have the privilege of possessing my third grandmothers (I think 3rd) autograph book.  Remember when you had one as a child?  Just think of having your autograph book signed during the civil war in the south?  That’s where my grandmother lived  – in Kentucky. I wish the cover had not fallen…

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Message

Mountain Lion © 2017 CLStauber Seeing this mountain lion up close interaction with her owner/trainer gives us all a message in how behavior determines social interaction and socialization in the world.  She was a rescued mountain lion and her affection to her trainer was obvious.   It is amazing to see the power of love and respect.

Llama Revisited

After posting my last llama photo of my daughter’s neighbors, I started to wonder if I had indeed posted a domesticated llama or an alpaca.  They are very similar, so I did a little research. Differential characteristics between llamas and alpacas include the larger size, longer head, and curved ears. Alpaca fiber is generally more expensive,…

Nurt Thurs – Your Project

Nurt Thurs – Your Project A reminder to each of us — keep working on your self-LOVE! You are a blessing to many and the only one of YOU! ❤ Today I thought I would take up Becca Given’s Nurturing Thursday challenge.  I have always felt that you should always work on self-love, this is not…

Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation -Influential Something that has influenced many lives, ways of living and my life in the last 18 years. A stock ticker and this particular one –  one from my company which is one of the oldest companies in the United States, Western Union, we are over 167 years old. © 2017 CLStauber

Share Your World

Share Your World Where do you eat breakfast? During the week, at my desk at work.   Most of the time on the weekends I skip breakfast unless I go out to one of the breakfast specialty restaurants in my neighborhood and experience new taste sensations like Millionaire’s Bacon.  ( I found the recipe now, so…