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The Most Exciting…

The most exciting thing ever happened today. I found bathroom doors that were real metal! Maybe that’s only exciting to me. One of my biggest surprises in doing the Stop. Breathe. Smile. Project is that many things that look metal … Continue reading

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The 40-40: BWI to Kansas and Back Again

“Forty for me and forty for you,” said the Jumping Bean. I took a deep breathe and smiled. “I said 15 of each kind,” I replied back. “I did 10 of each kind for both of us, Mom.” I did … Continue reading

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Kansas City

Be on the look out. We’ll be in Kansas City today spreading the smiles. We’ll start our trail at the airport and see where it leads. Did you find a Stop. Breathe. Smile. magnet? What did you did next?

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Generosity’s Muse

I haven’t been intentionally leaving magnets as I’ve moved about the world lately. The Jumping Bean (JB) gave me a fine lesson last weekend. He insisted that he take four of each magnet on our walk. We stuck a few … Continue reading

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Lincoln?

A few weeks a go I sent manuscript feedback to Traci, a contemporary and a friend. I sent a few magnets along too. She said you can now find Stop.Breathe.Smile. magnets on the University of Nebraska campus in Lincoln. Have … Continue reading

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Charleston

A few weeks a go I visited Charleston, South Carolina. I took the train all the way and I notice how fast many of the passengers turned to grump as the train was delayed. I shared my smile and left … Continue reading

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Notes from the Door

The front lady at one of my heath practitioners office made notes as she notice what happened when I put a “Stop. Breath. Smile.” magnet on the door. Questions: Why? A patient liked the sign. He said he stopped, breathed, … Continue reading

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