Waking The Sleeping Stranger

April 5, 2016

I was reading an opinion piece in a local weekend paper today and one of the columnists was talking about people falling asleep in public. He raised the interesting question of whether it is OK to wake them and I was wondering what other ehellions think. We’ve all had someone fall asleep on our shoulder […]

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Feel Good Friday – Joshua Carswell – “Bridge Over Troubled Waters”

April 1, 2016

I know Josh since he was a teenager. He is a winner of the American Traditions Competition in Savannah, GA, one of the nation’s most prestigious vocal contests. Great singing voice. Click to share:

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Good Driving Manners Could Save Your Life

March 30, 2016

British Horse Society’s video on good manners when driving past horses in the road. Click to share:

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Sometimes A Token Gift Is Just A Token Gift

March 29, 2016

Something happened last week that has me wondering if I did the right thing, and I think I need some reinforcement (or gentle criticism, please) from all you eHeller’s. It actually began several months ago at my workplace. I work in a building with about a dozen people on our floor, and we serve the […]

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Feel Good Friday – Easter Bunny Kitty

March 25, 2016

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Respect For Elders Only Goes So Far

March 21, 2016

I’m wondering about something that at my workplace and how to handle it. I’ve just started working as a counselor in a large office. There are a lot of people who have been here for decades and, at thirty five years of age, I’m one of the youngest. I’m letting my grey hair grow out […]

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Feel Good Friday

March 18, 2016

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Balancing The Family Numbers

March 17, 2016

I’m concerned that a potential upset may overshadow the joy of an upcoming occasion, but also wondering if I’m overthinking it. My son is turning 1 (first child), and we are holding a small family-only “party” for his birthday, but where we draw the line at family-only is the issue. Husband’s family is very small, […]

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