A little independence and cash money are dangerous things

Happy Fifth of July, everyone. I hope you all still have your fingers and your toes attached to the appropriate appendages, and not floating in a jar of formaldehyde next to your bed.

I spent most of the holiday weekend vegetating on my sofa while watching seasons 4 and 5 of “Bones,” and playing with my new toy. It was an impulse buy – which is NOT my usual modus operandi. I normally research every purchase above $5.00, and plan for it well in advance. I’m still a bit stunned that I actually have this in my hot little hands.

I TOTALLY bought it for business.  ::nods::

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About Sarah Familar-Ragsdale

Sarah Familar-Ragsdale is a writer and poet, a shameless multi-tasker, and a lover of good wine, lyrical prose, foot rubs, adrenaline rushes, and sweet tea. She can't remember a time when she didn't want to be a writer, and some of her favorite childhood memories involve an old IBM typewriter and stacks of onionskin paper. Her professional life has followed a meandering path - she has been a licensed Charleston tour guide, a metaphysical bookstore owner, and a minister to an eclectic spiritual community. These days, when she isn't trying to wrap up her on-going novel projects or making attempts to seduce the muses of poetry, she follows her other great soul calling as a certified Life Coach and spiritual mentor. Sarah lives at the edge of an under-tended garden in Charleston, SC with the love of her life and their two fur-children, Chaucer and Stella Maris. To find out more about Sarah's Life Coaching services, visit ElementalLifeCoach.com.
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