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My family and I like go to Lake Hartwell sometimes during the summer with some friends of ours who happen to have a lake house and a pontoon boat sitting on a dock. We always have a great time, swimming, boating, tubing, jumping off the docks, and just being crazy. I feel like a kid again, when I’m in these types of environments; especially where there is water!
So it was the summer of 2011,…Continue
As of today, it’s been 9 years since my wife and I said “I do”, and I could go on about our struggles through thick and thin, and how we’ve been tested, and how I’m un-deserving of a such an angel in my life, but I’m not.
Let me just say, “Cheryl, I love you, you are one strong lady,…Continue
It takes a lot of effort to break free from comfort zones, or to expand them. People will spend their whole lives miserable until it finally hurts more to stay there than stretch their comfort zone, or unless someone yanks the rug out from under them!
So what gives, why is it so hard to leave if…Continue
Added by Robert Clinton on July 28, 2011 at 8:12am — No Comments
We had a great time at Lake Hartwell earlier this week. Almost felt like a celebration for getting our A/C fixed on Sunday. Yes, the house feels nice and cool, and we’re loving it! So we had some friends over who have a lake house, and asked why don’t we come up to the lake with them. So we grabbed our stuff and took…Continue