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Neighborhood Nasties

Neighborhood Nasties
November 14, 2014 No Comments »

From Joan: About a year ago, I joined our community’s private social network on the internet. The intent of the site was to keep neighbors in touch with one another about community happenings. It was not meant to serve as ... Read More »

The Sign Thief

The Sign Thief
July 11, 2014 No Comments »

From Rebecca: Hey there! Hope you all had a wonderful Fourth of July holiday! I certainly did! My family and I were away last week, and, of course, you know I brought back a U Love story to tell. I ... Read More »

Making up is Hard to Do

Making up is Hard to Do
June 18, 2013 No Comments »

From Joan: As I was reading Rebecca’s post from last week about keeping no record of wrongs, I immediately thought of an incident in my life that precisely illustrates Rebecca’s point. I felt compelled to write about the situation because ... Read More »

I Remember What You Did to Me…..

I Remember What You Did to Me…..
June 11, 2013 No Comments »

Rebecca: Have you ever heard the saying, “I’ll forgive, but I’ll never forget?” I’ve seen sayings, or ones like that, plenty of times before. I can’t help but think that this saying is just the opposite of the principles of ... Read More »

Kindness Redemption

Kindness Redemption
February 19, 2013 No Comments »

Joan:  This will be a continuation of my U Love post last week on showing kindness as a sign of unconditional love. After I bared my soul to you last week by revealing one of my most unpleasant moments in ... Read More »

Kindness…….Really??!?!

Kindness…….Really??!?!
February 12, 2013 No Comments »

Joan:  This week I thought I would tackle the unconditional love principle of “love is kind.”  I’ve been avoiding this topic for awhile now, hoping Rebecca would decide to write this post, but to no avail.  Rebecca decided that I ... Read More »

Drama, Drama, Drama!!

Drama, Drama, Drama!!
January 25, 2013 No Comments »

Joan: During Thanksgiving this past year, we got together with some family that we haven’t spent the holidays with in over a dozen years. There had always been too many family disputes at get-togethers, so it just seemed easier to ... Read More »