Monthly Archives: December 2010

Not always Happy Holiday’s

One of my Twitter friends is going through a rough time right now. This has once again reminded me that this is not a good time of year for everyone! Every year at work we do a secret Santa thing, … Continue reading

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Since women burned their Bras

A good friend commented that manners and respect are intertwined and that got me thinking. We’ve come a long way since women burned their bras to get us the vote. Has that same equality caused us to forgo common courtesy … Continue reading

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Conversationally challenged

I have a knack of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time! It started way back when I was a teenager. I remember having a crush on a guy in the local store. I plucked up the courage to … Continue reading

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Silent Sunday

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A person’s a person – no matter how small

The recent debate over the Facebook cartoon character avatars generated some emotion. For those of you that missed it. People were changing their pictures to show support for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) against … Continue reading

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The Gallery -white

In my short time on Twitter, one of my favourite things has been to browse the Weekly Gallery from Tara Cain at the Sticky Fingers blog. This week’s theme is white and straight away I knew what i would do. … Continue reading

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Respect your elders

When I was growing up, Mum told me ” respect your elders!” The basics ¬†were drilled into me and included: 1. Do not talk back to your elders 2. Always offer your seat to someone older 3. Never ask them … Continue reading

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