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Mind, Body, Soul… Forward Moving, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! This column is dedicated to Captain Jack Sparrow...who said: "The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem. Do you see what I mean?" Forbes Mistakes Are A Part of Life 12 Healthy, Productive Ways to Deal With Personal or Professional Regret 12)Forgive Yourself: It is the letting go of the hope for a better... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s 3-Letter Word Chain, Lois E. Wilson
Pete says to use the numbered clues to find the answers. Each dash stands for a letter. The answer words are of different lengths. The last three letters of an answer word are also the first three letters of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is... read more
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Valentine's Gifts, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! As I write this - it's the eve of Valentine's Day. I've spoken with those who are sad...those who are anxious. We've all been listening to the hype about love - buy the red roses...buy the chocolates...buy, buy, buy. So, my gift to you readers is the following. There is something to make you laugh, something to learn, and something to consider. Enjoy! "Cleaning... read more
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Reflections… Jewels and Trains, By Mona Lease
Two principles for a happy life: 1)Use things, not people. 2)Love people not things. – Unknown; "You can take mine if you want it. It's in pieces now. By the way there, Mr. Tin Man, if you don't mind the scars, give me your armor and you can have my heart." - Peace, Love, and Everything Else; "Before you tell a girl you love her, and get all her hopes up, think about this... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Miami Merger, By Lois E. Wilson
Nearly every February 14th, my husband and I receive a Valentine card from Miami University’s Alumni Association. The cards are always clever, colorful, and promote the university well. For example, the design of one card was a red sheet of paper with a heart shape cut out of the middle of it. Then they had cut the outside sheet in half horizontally through... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Etiquette and Rest, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! Since the weather has been bouncing up, down, and all around...since we've gotten a taste of spring with the weather in the '40s...and back to the '20s...I thought I'd submit a few ideas to you. If we know what will bring us down or get us off of our personal best...we should be able to keep our "boat of life" in the middle of the stream. How To Tell That... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s Advice for Valentine’s Day, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 5-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out what Pete recommends you give your loved one on February 14th. Wilson's completed set of books has a... read more
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Phenomena/Phenomenal? By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! Rarely will I write about sports. It has to be extraordinary to capture my attention. That being said - Maybe it was the fact that on February 4th - we were still not finished with the second full moon of January...which was called a blood moon or legend calls it a Wolf Moon   when wolves can be heard howling across the frozen, snowy ground. Maybe it was because January... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Petulant, Partisan Pelosi, By Lois E. Wilson
In 2011, I wrote the above verse after hearing radio talk show host, Neal Boortz, make the declaration. Nancy Pelosi is becoming more and more quotable these days and acting a little petulant too. Some of her quotes from the past are: *But we have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it away from the fog of the controversy. *I believe in natural gas as a clean, cheap alternative... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… The Big Change, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! Keep pushing for your goals and dreams. With each goal we realize - each dream we achieve...it causes a good change. I thought now was as good a time as any to submit to you readers some information about the "big change." "A Guide to Menopause Symptoms.. What Most Women Can Expect Excerpts Growing older is simply a... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s February Cheers, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the three-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next answer. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out who Pete is cheering for this month. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes... read more
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Rules, Regulations, and Priorities, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! The government is in an uproar. Trump's approval rating "drops to 37%." Mexico tells the US that if they build "the wall" between them and us...Mexico will start trading with Argentina. "Proof" shows that Russia meddled in the US presidential election that gave us President Trump. Round it goes and dizzy I am. A few friends and I discussed the above and wondered if too many rules... read more
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Along Life’s Way… I’m a What? By Lois E. Wilson
I found out a few years ago that I am a “cruciverbalist.” The word does not appear in any of my older dictionaries. But it is in editions of many published lately. It also has references on the internet. It comes from the Latin roots: cruci meaning “cross,” verbal meaning “words,” and ist meaning “person.” The definition is a person who constructs crossword... read more
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Puzzle Pete Says, ”Keep Me Out of It”, 2017 Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 4-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out why Pete wants to stay out of it on the second of February. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition... read more
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Reflections… Affairs don't start in bedrooms, From Mona Lease
Affairs don't start in bedrooms. (They start with conversations.); I love hearing old songs I used to love. They are like memories you can always go back to. - the teenagerquotestumblr.com; Not every day is a good day. Live anyway. Not all you love will love you back. Love anyway. Not everyone will be kind to you. Be kind anyway. Not everyone will be truthful with you... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… What If?? By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! Disclaimer: To you guys who read this and all else; The following are ideas for us gals to consider. I am not telling anyone to do anything or not to do anything. The point of this column is to give ideas as to how we (women) can better ourselves - our thoughts - our actions. Love is a gift for no reason at all. - Snoopy and You. If he is dumb enough... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Five O’clock Shadow? By Lois E. Wilson
A few years ago, a five o’clock-shadow beard was not desirable. It was named for the facial hair growth men acquired during a day at work after a clean shave in the morning. Lately it seems if you want to look “classic, hip, and rebellious” men must grow one. Many film stars, pop stars, athletes and even politicians are adopting the style. It is replacing the... read more
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I DON'T know, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! I went to a funeral in November...another one in December. And yesterday - as I pen this - I attended a Memorial Service for a really good friend of mine ..of some 23 years. I left the service and went to Goodwill in Greenville. I listened as a woman told the lady running the cash register how hard it had been on her when she buried her young son...who had lost his... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Living with Diabetes, By Lois E. Wilson
When I married Jim, he was 6’ 1” tall and weighed 210 pounds. He was not obese nor did he look heavy. He was healthy and able to do training in the Army. Later out of the service, he had an office position that required some visits to farmer clients of the Miami Valley Production Credit Association. Each fall, PCA had seven, county banquet meetings to give the annual report... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Oh, Those Feelings!! By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! The following is a column - in no particular order - of ideas and feelings. Having just spoken to a girlfriend of some 40-odd  years -  about "feelings" - I submit the following for you to consider. Remember...all feelings are valid. It's what we do after the feelings appear that matters. By the way, readers...we're still on track!! The poses I gave you for... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s Alphabet Scramble: Last Letter “N”, Lois E. Wilson
Complete the 4-letter words ending in “N” by using the clues in the left column. Each answer begins with a different letter of the alphabet. Cross off each letter as it is used. Start with those you know for certain. Pete hopes the puzzle doesn’t scramble your brain. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume... read more
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Responsibility?? By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! I have never heard the truth put this way. See what you think. A friend came to my house for coffee. We sat and talked about life. At some point in the conversation, I said: "I'm going to wash the dishes and I'll be right back." He looked at me as if I had told him I was going to build a space rocket. Then he said to me with admiration, but a little perplexed: "I'm glad... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Toilet Paper: 3 Sheets to the Wind, By Lois E. Wilson
Ann Landers states that her “over/under” toilet paper debate generated over 16,000 responses. Some say there is no question that TP should pull from the top as the 1891 patent of Seth Wheeler has a drawing of it oriented that way. However, one might argue he had to orient it in that position to show the perforations he was patenting. The number of surveys about TP done by manufacturers... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Addictions, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! I thought I'd give you the following to "study on" for a while. Everyone knows someone who has the "addict" in their family - or as a friend - or a "friend-of-a-friend." I found this all interesting and very informative. Keep pushing forward to your hopes and dreams. Circumstances always change. 5 Things I Learned During Addiction Treatment - "I didn't want... read more
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Puzzle Pete Invites You to “T” for Two: A to Z, Lois E. Wilson
Complete the 6-letter words starting with “T” by using the clues in the left column. The letters of the alphabet appear in sequence as the fourth letter of each word. Pete hopes you like “T.” Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print and no longer available, however Volumes 2-6 are available and... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Do You Have a Tech Addiction? By Lois E. Wilson
Eleven years ago I wrote this verse: Evolution: Now Hear This, Psychics predict by a not too distant year, Babes will be born with a cell phone on one ear. It seems our civilization is being seduced by technology. At first telephones were boxes that hung on the wall. Then they became desk phones, base portable phones, cell phones, and now smartphones... read more
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An Eagle's Eye, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! Thanks readers, for faithfully reading this column - for approaching me when you see me out to voice your thoughts to me about this humble little column. I've always told you readers that I would never lie to you - I would never knowingly lead you astray. I'm just not going to fill this space with every moment of my life. I'm not that note-worthy. There's a Koine (koi-nay)... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Chicken Little Headline News: A Fable, Lois E. Wilson
Chicken Little Headline News (CLHN) is a barnyard news service. Its mission is to keep the animals informed about other animals, people, places, and events. It features stories from unnamed sources and endeavors to warn all subscribers of any impending dangers it foresees. Below are some CLHN headlines you may have read on its site recently: The Sky... read more
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Reflections… 10 Pieces Of Wisdom From Wayne Dyer, By Mona Lease
1)If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. 2)How people treat you is their karma, how you react is yours. 3)When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself. 4)You can not be lonely if you like the person you're alone with. 5)Conflict cannot survive without your participation. 6)Be miserable. Or motivate yourself... read more
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Puzzle Pete Says: Meet the Johnsons, 2013 Lois E. Wilson
Puzzle Pete knows a lot of people with the surname “Johnson.” He often forgets their first names. Help Pete by matching each answer clue with the correct first name by putting the clue’s number on the blank to the left the name. Pete appreciates your help in jogging his memory. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Considering, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! Since we're starting a new year - it's always a good time to think about what to bring with us into 2018 and what should remain in 2017. Whatever we leave behind serves to remind us of where we've been...what we've already conquered...what remains to be done. Sometimes thoughts will look like new thoughts. Upon examination - it's a... read more
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Along Life’s Way… The Deep Freeze, By Lois E. Wilson
What’s there to talk about when everything you hear and see concerns the cold weather? This morning, a cousin in Columbus, Ohio, I correspond with sent me a tongue twister phrase that fits the topic of the day. I looked it up on the internet; it had two additional lines and was ascribed to an anonymous British source: Whether the weather be fine, Or... read more
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In Remembrance, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! The following is a partial list of the actors, actresses, directors, writers, and musicians that we lost in 2017. RIP - Rose Marie: Actress, Sally Rogers of the "Dick Van Dyke Show" - Keely Smith: Solo Jazz Singer - Pat DiNizio: Lead Singer for the Smithereens - Bruce Brown: Documentary Filmmaker - "Endless Summer" - Heather North: Voice of Daphne Blake... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Gravyaholics Anonymous, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! "Hi. My name is Mona. I'm a gravyaholic. Really - I am addicted to any gravy...any white-sauce. I've mixed - I've created my own sauces. I just can't stop." Usually I'm pretty good. I know my triggers. I know when to say "no." I know when to walk away from a dangerous situation. But, lately...I've heard the call. "Sausage gravy and biscuits" has... read more
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Along Life’s Way… What Has Passed Is Past, By Lois E. Wilson
I recently celebrated a milestone birthday—to me they end in five or zero. My “past” is growing. D. H. Lawrence called us humans “history-making creatures.” I’ve lived from the last days of Hoover to Trump—15 presidents. There have been a few wars or conflicts, disasters, and plenty of happy times. I have lived for a period of time in three different states... read more
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Just Sharing, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! It's probably because of a maternal Uncle of mine. Leonardo DiCaprio probably did his part to keep my interest alive. But, I thought I'd share the following facts about the "unsinkable Titanic." The RMS (Royal Mail Ship) Titanic was the biggest passenger vessel in the world when she was unveiled in 1912. Out of the 2,224 passengers, 710 survived. On the ship were... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s Two + Two + You, By Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 5-letter answers in this word chain puzzle. Each dash stands for a letter. The last two letters of an answer are also the first two letters of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Pete says in this case 2 + 2 + you = 5. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Better Late Than Never, By Lois E. Wilson
In my family, education has seldom followed the usual schedule of after high school four straight years of college. My father, with work years in between, took eight years from start to earning his BA degree in 1926. He later commuted regularly to the University of Cincinnati and completed a MEd degree in 1940. My mother received a 2-year teaching certificate in 1926, but Dayton schools... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Dickens Says, By Mona Lease
Greeting, Gals!! "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, It was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s Wish for 2018, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 4-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out Pete’s wish for 2018. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume... read more
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Slang Style, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! I just had to share the following with you. When I read this, I thought: "I used to talk like this and thought I was cool?" Enjoy and Merry Christmas to all!! 100 Slang Items No One Uses Anymore: 1)Daddy-O: A generally cool dude. 2)Made In The Shade: Things are going well...no worries. 3)Ginchiest: You admire someone's appearance. 4)Burn Rubber: A fast take-off from... read more
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Along Life’s Way… A “Touchy” Subject, By Lois E. Wilson
I commiserate with #MeToo women and young girls who have bravely come forward to “out” specific men for their unwanted touching and improper sexual conversations or advances.  They are doing us a service if their accusations are true. I also commiserate with any male who has been targeted with false claims of such conduct. And if his reputation has been tarnished or his career... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Improving, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! Keep pushing - keep exercising - keep stretching. Be consistent - it's the key to success. Whether you do one set of the exercises from this last July...or you do three sets (no more) - keep to the routine. You can't "make up for lost time" with this. While we're looking at Christmas with the food and New Years' and it's "resolutions" - consider... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s Double Alphabet Scramble, Lois E. Wilson
Complete the 4-letter answers by using the clues. The third letter of each is given. Each answer starts with a different letter of the alphabet. Cross off each letter as it is used. Hint: start with those you know for certain. Pete hopes you don’t get too scrambled. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print... read more
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Along Life’s Way… A True Petty Theft, By Lois E. Wilson
In the 70’s, I worked in a craft store in the Dayton area. I planned its craft classes, taught some of them, and to promote them drew a monthly calendar advertisement which ran in the newspapers. The store’s building had been a church. On its second floor was a former Sunday school area of rooms in which our classes were held. Also a larger... read more
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Instant Karma?? By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! It doesn't happen often. But every once in a while - "something" happens. Call it a kind of a "luck of the draw." Call it kismet or karma. Call it "meant to be." Call it this Jesus person who has been the subject of much discussion and debate.  Somehow - in all of the chromosomes - in all of the body's chemicals - in all of our personal experiences that make us who... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Taking the Lumps, By Lois E. Wilson
Having parents who were both teachers, a lot was expected of me. Being an only child, you have no siblings to guide you or with whom to share problems. You are on your own. There are friends; however, the debate is always how much of family events do you discuss with others. All through childhood Mother would gently admonish, “Pretty is as pretty does... read more
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Reflections… An Introduction, By Mona Lease
We all lead a busy life. The purpose of this column is to give you something to ponder - something with which to identify - and to give you a smile, laugh, or chuckle. The following columns here will be just the random adages. I will make no comments. There is no particular agenda. Enjoy!! "Dear Santa: I "tried" really hard this year to be "good." And by tried and good you know... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Navigating the Parties, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! Well - we made it to another "holiday season." I read somewhere that we need to "do all things in moderation." So - I started doing that to see what would happen. It works! You don't have to look at all of those yummy desserts at the holiday parties and think about how good they would taste or how much weight you will gain if you eat them. What you do... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s Christmas Wish, Lois E. Wilson
Pete has a wish for all children. To discover what it is, use the numbered clues to find the 5-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve the puzzle correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answer words spell out his wish. Wilson's completed set of books... read more
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Brain Glitch, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! Sorry to my Editors - I submitted this column way late. I got all wrapped up in the cold weather. It feels more like Christmas now...it's 24 degrees outside...with a 15-20 mph wind blowing. I was feeling all satisfied. I was thinking it was good to be "back on track." I'll never make it living somewhere that the temperature does not get below 25 degrees and stay that way for a... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Paul Laurence Dunbar/Observations, By Lois E. Wilson
I grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and knew of Paul Laurence Dunbar—that he was an African American poet who had a high school named for him. As a teenager, I took private dramatic lessons and my teacher gave me some of his dialect verses to learn. I gave readings of poetry to various organizations and included examples of his verse. I became an.. read more
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God’s Gift, By Lois Wilson
Once again Senior Scribe Poet Laureate Lois Wilson is on top of the season with her insightful look at the important events of the day. It’s the holiday season, with shopping, family, friends and God’s Gift. Enjoy the season and its spirit… and enjoy three unique Lois Wilson creations: Holi-Daze, Just Imagine and God’s Gift. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now... read more
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Puzzle Pete Says “It” Matters A to Z, By Lois E. Wilson
Use the clues in the left column to solve the answer words. They are in alphabetical order with “it” placed where occurring in each word. Each dash stands for a letter. Pete hopes you like “It”. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print and no longer available, however Volumes 2-6 are available and are offered as a fundraiser... read more
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Along Life’s Way… A Fowl Fable, By Lois E. Wilson
My teacher parents had a summer fruit market on the west side of Dayton. Every day commuting to it, we passed by the Forney Feed store. I must have gone into it at some time, for somehow I knew they carried baby ducks and chickens. I was eight years old. One day the phone rang. Mother answered it. She looked puzzled as she spoke to the caller, “What... read more
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A Real Woman? By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! I read the following story a long time ago and was talking about the gist of it to an old girlfriend. See what you think. Keep reaching...keep stretching! The following is from a time before paved roads, before the telephone, before indoor plumbing and gas/electric cook stoves. It starts with a question: "Can anyone find an honest woman - one with... read more
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Last Call!! By Mona Lease
I've never known so many people to depressed all at the same time. Does it have to do with all of the cold fronts that moved through here during our warm season? Does it have to do with the hurricanes in Texas? Did the hurricanes that tore up Puerto Rico have anything to do with it? I have no idea. This will be the last column like this - at least for a while. Enjoy and "chin up... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s Swarm of “B’s” A to Z, By Lois E. Wilson
Complete the 7-letter words starting with “B” by using the clues in the left column. The letters of the alphabet appear in sequence as the fourth letter of each word. Pete says that you should be careful so  you don’t get stung. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry. Volume 1 is out of print and no longer available... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Orville: Salesman/Teacher/Parent, By Lois E. Wilson
In his boyhood years near North Star, Ohio, my father Orville planted a melon patch every year and sold the harvest. Attending Manchester College, he was still going home to tend to his crop. Also at college, he sold watch fobs. He would record in his journal, “Sold, one fob 70 cents.” After graduation, he sold real estate in partnership with his brother for a few years. In the 30’s each summer... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… Another Serving! By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! I had such a good response to the last two columns and requests for "another round" - that I thought I'd give ya'll "another serving!" Keep reaching for your goals...they're closer than you think. Keep stretching the mind and body.  Enjoy!! "It's ok to miss people and still not want them back in your life." - Bitch Crazy "Learn to love with all of your... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s Warning to Drivers, Lois E. Wilson
Use the numbered clues to find the 5-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out Pete’s warning. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published poetry... read more
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For The Holidays, By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! It seems as though everyone I speak with is going through something. I stopped asking the circumstances....it's "something" to them. And I have my own "somethings," too. I thought instead of recipes and such...I'd just give you something about which to think. Maybe if we put our "soul-power" to the karmic wheel....things will change. Consider the following... read more
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Along Life’s Way… The Inconvenient Students, By Lois E. Wilson
One year in high school, someone in authority decided to have a contest. The winner would appear on the cover of the programs for a school career night event. Some classmates decided to mount an effort to elect the least-likely girl. To them it was a prank to embarrass the girl and the school. They lobbied undercover to secure votes for their candidate. Their... read more
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Puzzle Pete’s Thanksgiving Dinner Request, Lois E. Wilson
Use the clues in the left column to find the 4-letter answers to this word chain puzzle. The last letter of each is the first letter of the next word. Work up and down. The puzzle is started for you. Solve it correctly, then reading down, the first letters of the answers spell out Pete’s request. Wilson's completed set of books has a new edition – now six volumes – of published... read more
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Mind, Body, Soul… More Tidbits, By Mona Lease
Greetings, Gals!! So - uh... I had a request for another column like this. I hope you have a good Thanksgiving. Keep stretching...keep reaching for your goal. Enjoy the following. "Flaws: I got 'em. Laws: I broke 'em. Dues: I paid 'em. Scars: I bear 'em. Problems: Still have 'em. That's life.... still love it." - Halos and Horns Fun Page "I thought a thought that I thought I had thought... read more
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Along Life’s Way… Two Sides/Two Views… Too Often! By Lois E. Wilson
Some after-election political prose from Darke County’s local author… When a conservative says… I think we should move cautiously. Liberals think… He’s dedicated to the status quo. When a conservative says… I represent the mainstream viewpoint. Liberals think… He was elected by those gun-owning, Bible-belt deplorables. When a conservative says... read more
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I Wonder... By Mona Lease
Hi, all!! I had a request for the following. I kind of wondered why. Maybe it just helps to have a laugh or two. Maybe it helps to see - in print - from someone else - that you're not alone in what you are facing. Enjoy!! "Everyone makes mistakes in life. But that doesn't mean they have to pay for them for the rest of their life. Sometimes good people make bad... read more


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