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Make it a Dixie day....

Somehow my schedule was completely open today with no outside commitments or appointments. That is rare. And it was a good thing because I am back to phase two of my 2007 tax preparation.

I can't recall if I mentioned in an earlier blog that because of all the craziness of last year, I did not do my due diligence in posting my accounting information into Quicken, thereby requiring me to do my tax homework item my item, by hand for each month. Then I also learned that even though Mom passed away, nonetheless I need to file 2007 for her. Wheeeeee.

Filing Mom's stuff is easy in the detail sense (and bless my dear tax preparer, Dave Underwood who is kindly doing the paper filing for me) it is just the aspect of having to once again, go through her files and stirring up emotional dust.

Since I notice that I am doing every little task and chore other than the tax work, I turn on the television to check in on "All My Children" as a good incentive to sit in front of the T…

I miss disco...

... which has little meaning in relation to today being Easter. It's just that I had the 70's cable music station on today and Gloria Gaynor, Donna Summer--where are you???? I enjoyed the music, the dancing and some of the innocence of the early 70's.

On this earlier than usual Easter, Don and I went to find meaning. We had gorgeous weather here in Southern California (the hills are so green from all the rain) perfect for driving up to Orange County where Don and I went to service at The Meaning Place.

The Meaning Place is a relatively new spiritual community that was founded by Rev. Joshua Reeves. Rev. Joshua was the youngest person to graduate Practitioner training within our movement; and probably, matched that record when he graduated Holmes Institute. He is clear, bright, well-read and very contemporary in his approach and appeal. It felt good to be of support and in service to a community and back in the saddle so-to-speak, even if it was riding side saddle. I…