Archive for December, 2014

2015 Resolutions For New Years | The Things You Are NOT Going To Do.

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The blur of holiday activity and battle fatigue from slaying the merchandising dragons. It all hits home and in your, my travel circles to local stores, restaurants, around the community where you hear the same refrain. The post holiday blues. “I am tired. I am dragging.” Christmas. It is done. But the go go go […]

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Christmas Summed Up In Three Words, Peace On Earth.

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Hostile, angry, upset and out of sorts. Where no one has to wonder which side of the bed you or I got out of this or any morning. Christmas is a time of being warm inside parked well out of the cold. Supposed to be a time surrounded by family and loved ones. Neighbors and […]

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Child Like Curiosity, You Never Lose It With Kids In The Picture.

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Learning never stops and we are all beginners right? The job not done and often the “aha moments” come from the least expected places. I talked to a past local Maine town council chairman who said back in the 1980’s he was gung ho to cure the ills in local government. To tighten it up […]

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When You Live Where There Is No Snow, Outside Maine.

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Snow, winter in Maine for that matter. One of the most misunderstood seasons and to many when the word Maine is uttered, a flash card rotation starts of images. Lobsters, potatoes, blueberries, lighthouses, woods, lakes and snow. To some just snow and then moving on to thoughts of Arctic Circle, not the Maine that really […]

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Where You Get Your Information In A Small Maine Town.

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What is happening, going on in a small Maine town is pretty easy to follow. Because small rural living in a lower population concentration. A state like Maine means intimate, connected, extra special is how we roll. You don’t wait until the news sources catch a headline in your small rural Maine town. It is […]

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Organic Foods In Maine, All Natural Veggies, Meat, Poultry, Dairy Products.

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Do you have any idea where your food in front of you came from on the planet? When you sit down to tuck in the neck napkin. Reach for a fork, knife and spoon in the let’s eat ritual of breakfast, lunch, dinner trio of meals. Maine organic food is healthier, locally grown. Offers the […]

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So What Life Level Are You At, Maine Can Take You Higher.

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So things are going along okay. The finest kind of situations and pretty even keeled living for you my friend. Excellent. Good enough, glad to hear. Or do you seek to never get too comfortable? Not an Eeyore or malcontent but keep knitting on it. To peel back the layers. To expose, get to the […]

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Directions When You Ask, Need Them In Maine.

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What happens when you remove the glass, slide it down by hand crank or electric button in Maine. And happen to need directions to get from here to there. Asking one by one of the few souls you see populating sparse small rural areas of Maine. Excuse me, would you happen to know where the […]

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What Do You Do In Maine, Don’t You Get Bored? (Smile)

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The way the grass looks, the shade of green in what you see from afar. Maine is a mystery to many. She is not a place to compare to another in explaining the state to someone new to these parts. Where do you begin and usually it is easier to start the Maine photo slide […]

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Some Kind Of Wicked Excited Let Me Tell You Mister Man.

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The way we talk, what you are expecting to hear when a true Mainer (pronounced MAIN-ahhhhh) meets and greets. Shoots out, extends a friendly hand Chummy. Just as you cross the big green iron bridge to the south. The one with the slight rise in the center and windy curve to the right. As you […]

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