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  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    (Develop your G.P.S. – Gifted Path to Success). . . which requires you to understand what your gifts are, which vehicle you will use to share your gifts w/the world, and who you are most compelled to serve. Steve Olsher
    2 days ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    A simple act of kindness has the power to change a life. Gail Lynne Goodwin
    3 days ago
  • v VERTUALWALKER
    Thank you for the comment on my goal post. Interested in trying a true Virtual Walk Run

    Find one here.
    https://runsignup.com/Races

    4 days ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    You are the source and the destination, the river and the ocean, the seed and the fruit. Aaron Ableman
    4 days ago
  • v ONEKIDSMOM
    Thanks for stopping by my Dexter status blog today. I had to giggle a bit that you'd not thought of naming a vehicle. Many people don't. But I've been naming cars from childhood up. All of dad's cars were compound named, to us kids' minds, based on his saying "giddy-up, Genevieve" when accellerating, and "whoa, Nellie" when braking. So all his cars were Genevieve/Nellie to me and my siblings.

    My first car was "fire-breathing dragon" due to its failing muffler. My first "new" car was a Dexter, also, named after the character in a Disney film, "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes". It was a VW Beetle.

    Many cars between had been named, but I bought Dexter, a Honda Fit, new, as a reward for keeping the pounds off, and for completing my second half marathon, in 2012. I saw in him the same "spirit" as in that first new car I bought with my first real job's wages.

    Yes, by all means, feel free to name inanimate objects and tools! It's fun, and it costs nothing. emoticon emoticon
    6 days ago
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