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Hold on and be patient!  The answers are not always right in front of us……We live in a right now day and age.  We want everything instantly!  We are always wanting the newest treatment, television, cell phones, iPad, iPod, computer,etc…  What every happened with the good old stuff?  How many still visit the actual library to do research?  Who opens a book instead of a kindle?

As I sat in the library looking into a book for answers instead of on a computer there was a sense of satisfaction.  Of course I love my Macbook and iPad, but sitting in that library brings me back to being younger and soaking up knowledge.  Well not really….I never “liked’ going to the library unless I was meeting my friends to socialize.  Seriously, who goes to the library to socialize?  As a grown adult, I wish I could have lots of do-overs!  I would take the time to soak up every moment I could of gaining knowledge.  I have been so blessed to have the opportunity to get a do-over on some things in life such as taking the time to do research.  So I would encourage you guys to get out the books and research about whatever topics you need or want to learn more about.  Turn off the television and get out that book.  Oh and another long lost treasure……writing a letter and putting a stamp on it.  I still have some letters that my grandfather and grandmother wrote back and forth as he was in WWII.  Lets not get the instant answers but be patient for the good old things……Who wouldn’t want to pull out an old letter in 16 years from now and read it?  Find someone you haven’t spoken with in a while and send them a handwritten letter about your research you just found in a book!  Have a wonderful evening, I think I might pull out some old letters that I have and read them……..

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