Being an Adult

Written by Bob Curtis

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but loserepparttar mindless silliness of adolescence. We need to somehow keep our internal youthfulness but loserepparttar 142041 irresponsibleness of adolescence. We need to retain our integrity while acknowledgingrepparttar 142042 reality of shades of truth. We must struggle to maintain our health withoutrepparttar 142043 obsession ofrepparttar 142044 fitness of youth. We need to encourage sympathy and empathy, while shunningrepparttar 142045 devastation of “attitude”. We learn to put asiderepparttar 142046 “me first” approach in favor of a sincere desire to share beyond ourselves and out families. Being an adult simply means that we now know what we should be doing and we move ahead without supervision and do it, even when we really may not feel much like doing it atrepparttar 142047 time. And so it is and should be in all aspects and areas of our life.

Bob has been writing articles, short fiction and poetry for over 30 years. He has had many opportunities to help and counsel others in various situations of life.

Tuna Loaf Casserole (Easy Recipe)

Written by LeAnn R. Ralph

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Add tuna liquid plus enough milk to make 1 cup. Add eggs and olive oil. Mix.

Spoon into a loaf pan or casserole dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour or until set inrepparttar center.

(copyright 2005: LeAnn R. Ralph)


LeAnn R. Ralph is the author of the books "Christmas in Dairyland" and "Give Me a Home Where the Dairy Cows Roam."

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