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If it’s your job to eat a frog, it’s best to do it first thing in the morning.  And If it’s your job to eat two frogs, it’s best to eat the biggest one first.
    —     Mark Twain
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On This Day In:
2020 Saddle Up!
Practicing To Be Clever
Anybody Want A Bagel?
2019 Welcome Home
The Whole Community
2018 The Cells Are Right
Day 19: Broth
2017 Be Responsible
2016 Thinking About November 8th, 2016
2015 Lonely Teardrops
2014 Pleasurable Law
2013 Room For Justice
In The Minds Of Others
2012 Extinction, n.
2011 Snap!

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The time to relax is when you don’t have time for it.
   —   Sydney J. Harris
[I didn’t finish yesterday.  I’ll try again today…  —  KMAB]
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On This Day In:
2020 Decide, Support, Vote
2019 Aware Some
2018 Know Any Christians?
2017 The Only Thing I Can Give…
2016 Wiser But Less Cocksure
2015 Not Today
Wicked
2014 …Am Too
2013 Credible?
2012 Both
2011 Risking Hidden Linkage

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Work is the greatest thing in the world, so we should always save some of it for tomorrow.
    —    Don Herold
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On This Day In:
2018 Lost Time
2017 Are You Talking To Me?
2016 Here, Desire Is Purified
2015 Hopefully Just Visiting
2014 Fond Memory?
2013 Distress, Hope, Trust
2012 Creating Interlocking Fragility
2011 Four Stories And A Gospel
What Have You Burned Lately?

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Having imagination it takes you an hour to write a paragraph that if you were unimaginative would take you only a minute.
    —    Franklin Pierce Adams
[Maybe procrastination has a little bit to do with it, too.    —    KMAB]
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On This Day In:
2017 Explaining Working Class Support For Donald
2016 Not In My Experience
2015 Effort
2014 Honest Wants
2013 Faith, n.
2012 Surprise Me
2011 Confused With Truth

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If we wait for the moment when everything, absolutely everything is ready, we shall never begin.
     —    Ivan Turgenev
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On This Day In:
2014 Big C, Little B (II)
Where God Has Not
2013 Chasing His Dragon
Shaped And Molded
2012 Believe In Yourself
2011 Cultural Equivalence
Why Not?
Books About Books
The Basis For Adult Continuing Education

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