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Highs & Lows

Growing up, we had a tradition at dinner time. While we filled our bellies with food, we shared our reflections from the day. My family called this “Highs and Lows.”

A “High” is the best part of your day and a “Low” is the...not so great part. There was a few rules to this tradition, some may say Game, others say requirement?

Rule #1 you must share at least one High.

Rule #2 you must have more Highs than you do Lows.

As the youngest of three kids, I loved attention (I’m not afraid to admit it). What can I say, I am purely entertainment. I sat there, ready to go first! Beginning my never ending list of things that made me happy during the day. This entire concept, made my siblings upset because…

Rule #3 No interrupting.

Yup! That’s right, they had to sit and listen to every high I came up with. No one could stop me. What I would call childhood trauma, has now lead me to pure happiness in life. I now am capable of telling millions and millions of stories, about things that made ME happy. Now that I’m starving and ready for dinner, allow me to do the same thing to you now. Don’t worry, I will make this one short and sweet!




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I am not a huge fan of the cold but hey, its out of my control! Who really cares. Happy end of February, its almost SPRINGGGGG

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