I take pride in being independent but there are two chores I refuse to learn: how to change a tire and how to use a chainsaw. There are other people who can do those activities far better than I can.
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It's time for Obama to his appointee Arne Duncan, the U.S. Secretary of Education, in, before he causes yet further embarrassment to his administration.
Thanks to news aggregators that have picked up my recent HuffPost pieces, my dreadfully written college newspaper stories are now buried deep inside the annals of double-digit pages on Google returns.
I recently caught up with Suzanne Guillette, whose first book, Much to Your Chagrin: A Memoir of Embarrassment, came out on March 10th.
Your fears are uniquely yours and yours alone (I'm not sure if that's good news or bad) and there are thousands of possibilities of what you might be afraid of.
Perhaps we could take a lesson from the prosperous: don't be ashamed to ask for money. There's nothing shameful about taking care of yourself and your family.
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