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Where did all the fear come from?
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I am a great-grandmother, I am proud to say. I have 4 great great-grandchilren and counting. My family is the most important thing in my life. I have come a very long way (I'm 65), and still have a long way to go, but without my children: Tracy, who died 3 years ago at age 41; Randy, Kim, Tiffany, James and Jeremiah, I would be without the motivation I need each day to keep pushing. I also have 13 grandchildren (too many to name) (smile). It is not necessary to keep in touch every day, but when I can get through the night without a phone call, I know everything is okay and I can get on with my life. I am free to live as I choose...I don't have to raise the next generation, and I stay out of their way and they stay out of mine. It is a blessing to have the children God has given me. They make me proud even if I don't hear from them for weeks, that alone lets me know I didn't do too bad a job. I love them and they love me, but they are independent and so am I...and that's the most important thing.

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Meet and Greet OriginalParis

This is my first video blog. I have met so many great friends and have received such wonderful comments, I wanted to let you see and hear me. Take… Continue

Posted on December 2, 2010 at 10:16pm

Matters of life

One of the things I appreciate most about getting older is learning to relax and allow life to happen. When you’re young everything seems to be an emergency, a tragedy or a disaster. Young people are in constant struggle mode. All events become mountains. But when you get older, the challenges of life are like bumps in the road and the solutions are expected to be just over the horizon.



Recently, the subject of using one’s expertise to form a monetized business has been very… Continue

Posted on June 7, 2010 at 12:21am — 1 Comment

There's always something that needs to be done

After working diligently to get my children's book and rag dolls published and manufactured, I am constantly made aware that there is always something new that needs to be done. There's always some tweaking, redesigning, refining, and redefining required.



As our products move along in our plans for them, we become more aware of how time is affecting what we have to offer, as well as the way in which we have to offer it. For example, on one of the sites where the image of…

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Posted on May 30, 2010 at 6:00am

A measure of success

As an entrepreneur, how do you measure success? Is it measured by the amount of money you’re able to generate? Is it the ability to duplicate your idea or get the greatest acclaim? Can it be your staying power in the marketplace or your brand building? I believe there are as many different ways of measurement as there are entrepreneurs, and success is an individual determination.



For me, having dabbled in the game of self-generated income, I am reconsidering my idea of success, as my… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2010 at 9:54pm — 4 Comments

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At 2:35pm on November 18, 2009, Laila said…
Hi Paris! Just got a chance to watch the You tube thing and it is so great that you have gotten this far...now if I want an autographed copy, how would I go about it?

Laila
At 1:30pm on September 1, 2009, Doris Tompkins said…
Yes, we are a Tompkins, actually my husband's family is a Tompkins from New Orleans. Know anyone in New Orleans who's a Tompkins?
At 4:52pm on June 26, 2009, Paris E. Tompkins said…
We will miss him forever.

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At 11:47am on June 17, 2009, Laila said…
Hey! Just stopping by to say hello! We just got back from Europe (and had a WONDERFUL 5 weeks) and are now trying to get the garden caught up (last year when we got back from vacation, it had been so cold and rainy that we were not at all behind, but THIS year we had to mow the garden before it could be tilled!!)

Anyway, I have missed you, and wonder how your mission is coming along with all the economic upheaval. I have prayed for you.

Laila
www.greenMOMteam.com
 
 
 

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