Category Archives: Life goals

Author Joyce Godwin Grubbs New Years Letter for 2018


GRUBBS NEW YEAR LETTER FOR 2018 Lessons learned in 2017 include this lesson about being grateful. Now in our mid-seventies, we have had some time and experiences that gave us “depth” in life’s inequities, and they have taught us to … Continue reading

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SENIOR LOVE; In all the years that came before, none compare


  SENIOR LOVE IS AS FRAGILE AS THE SPIDER WEB OF WHAT IS TO COME,  AND AS STRONG AS THE INEVITABLE BRIDGE TO BE CROSSED Author Joyce Godwin Grubbs. SENIOR LOVE  Love is no longer private, or something to put … Continue reading

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Fairy Wishes; Proof they come true. Engaged in a Fairy Garden.


  Christmas passed, New Years, Valentine’s Day, Birthday, and even the end of her marathon race where “he” greeted her  as she crossed the finish line  dressed as a happy cloud passed. No ring, no proposal and more anticipation ahead. … Continue reading

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ADMONITIONS FROM GRANDMA LADY FOR 21ST GENERATION GRANDCHILDREN


Time grows short for any grandparent to spend quality time with their grandchildren, It is even shorter if it is meant to be quality time to give them advice. Or as many grandparents would suggest, “sound advice, and telling it … Continue reading

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NEW YEARS 2016 IS BRIEF AND TO THE POINT; UNLIKE ME.


The “writer inside me” compels me to record the following:.
“We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths; in feelings, not in figures on a dial.” Philip James Bailey, Festus
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AT WORK ? FEELING TIRED ON LABOR DAY? MY WORK HISTORY IN SHORT FORM TO CHALLENGE AND ENCOURAGE YOU.


     FOR NOW I JUST BASK IN THE SWEAT EQUITY OF THIS LEGACY.  A STRONG WORK ETHIC ROLE-MODEL  FOR MY FAMILY.       I began working on weekends and summers before I was in elementary school. Not steadily, but whenever we would … Continue reading

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