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  • What Aunt Sylvia Had To Say
  • Life Stages- Too Good Not To Finish

    Posted in: Life, What Aunt Sylvia Had To Say

    by Sylvia Ford-George

    Years ago a co-workers son was graduating from high school. Everyone was excited and a big party was planned. Grandparents from both sides of the family were traveling miles to attend. The son had his class pictures and ring, attended the prom, and days before the graduation came home with his cap and gown—which his Mom proudly ironed. Graduation day he left home ahead of the family but identified the location for all to meet up afterwards.

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  • Life Is A Milestone

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    by Sylvia Ford-George

    Life is full of milestones starting from the time you come out of the womb until you are no more. Some milestones will make you smile, like the birth of a child. Others may be sad, as in the passing of a parent. And there are lots of in-betweens, but they are all experiences that help us learn, develop, expand, grow, increase and hopefully become better people.

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  • Class “A” Fashion Dilemma

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    My biggest musing (and pet peeve) is fashion related. I couldn’t for the life of me understand why the jeans young people wear today don’t fit. That was until I recently attempted to purchase a pair and discovered a Class A fashion dilemma.

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  • Courage

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    by Sylvia Ford- George

    Courage is within each and every one of us, but until you first need it, you wouldn’t even know it was there. Growing up, my Mom always wanted my sisters and I to be good girls, especially in school. No fighting. Girls don’t fight. If someone bothers you, tell the teacher, principal, NTA, or come home and tell me. I don’t remember having problems in school, but there were a couple of older girls, cousins, on our block who one day out of the blue decided they wanted to pick on us—well, mainly me. I don’t know what I did to deserve their attention, but they would leave their junior high school in enough time to make it to the elementary school I went to, so they could follow my sister and I the nine blocks home, taunting us the whole way. Being dutiful little girls we ignored them as best we could, looked straight ahead to our destination, and kept walking ‘til we got there. Every day their entourage got bigger and they were being urged by the growing crowd to “fight, fight, fight”. But for some reason they held back. It didn’t help that during the day kids would walk up to me and say, cousin’s “gonna kick your butt after school”. Every afternoon I was getting madder and madder. In my mind I kept thinking this has got to stop, I can’t keep going through this everyday.

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  • Is It Time to Give Your Drama Queen A Rest?

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    by Sylvia Ford-George

    Drama has two sides. It heightens situations. Accentuates dull, excites boring, stresses emotions, and turns relaxed tense. Drama adds flavor and flair; it’s elegant and chic, flamboyant and spicy. It’s good when it’s a role you play, but not so much when it turns the life you’re living—or the lives of others—upside down. 

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  • Here’s to a Stimulating Spring

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    by Sylvia Ford-George

    It’s been a rough winter. And all season long I’ve heard people ask the question, “What are we doing here?” Winter can be like that—cold, dark, depressing and leaving room for plenty of doubt and uncertainty. Basically, what we’re doing here is trying to find our way to a loving, peaceful, comfortable, and happy existence. Winter is a test of our will and determination. A roadblock. The thing that helps us enjoy spring, summer, and fall so much more. What we’re doing here is planning for our future, and failing to plan, is planning to fail. Do you know where your 2014 goals and resolutions are? Did the rough winter cool down your production? Throw a blanket on your ambition? Freeze you out? Stall your way? Are you rethinking your purpose and intentions? Questioning yourself? Doubting decisions you’ve made? Well, have no fear…Spring is here!

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  • As Close As Being Next Door

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    by Sylvia Ford-George

    Long Distance has been compromised…but in a very good way. We don’t think about it much, but being and keeping in touch long distance is so much easier now, no matter how far away you are. I remember back in the day when my grandmom used to make her weekly long distance call to a sister-in-law who lived 156 miles away. And when my sister moved from Philly, to California and then North Carolina and we talked nearly every other day. It wasn’t cheap. The cost of staying in touch was a bit expensive but we did it anyway because staying in touch with a loved one is a priceless endeavor. Fast forward to today, and long distance is almost as close as being next door. And with Skype, FaceTime, Snapchat, video chatting and conferencing technology, you can get as up close and personal as you want…without really being there. 

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  • A Standard Recap: How Not to Get Hacked

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    by Sylvia Ford-George

    How high are your standards when it comes to love, relationships, work ethic, friendship, life? Based on what we see on TV, standards were much higher back in the day when June Cleaver, The Beave, Good Times and The Huxtables were in prime time. You could watch these shows and get a good sense of right from wrong, good from bad, and what a sound moral compass was all about. And, Good Times and the Huxtables showed us that economic capacity had no bearing on morality or the ability to respect…at all.

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  • Satisfied

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    by Sylvia Ford-George

    Thanksgiving Dinner left me very satisfied. Spending time with family and friends. Enjoying a savory meal topped off with mouth-watering sweet potato and apple pies. Having Friday off so I could sleep in. Yes. Thanksgiving was very satisfying. And I’m looking forward to Christmas being the same. Four things I’m thankful for outside of my immediate family are: MosaMuse and The Family Reunion Institute for the opportunity to hone my craft. My Harper Family for allowing me to extend my mother’s gift of family love. The man above for my comedic side and every chance I get to laugh.

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  • Mastering Your Unrealized Reality

    Posted in: Inspiration, What Aunt Sylvia Had To Say

    As long as a dream has not come true, is being worked on, is hanging in the balance, dreamers live out unrealized reality. Maybe they’re thinking about it every single moment of every single day—and maybe not—but it’s unrealized nonetheless. It’s true that dreams don’t have deadlines, but you have to believe and think and work in order for them to develop, grow, manifest, and “become”. You have to believe 24/7, and you have to be fearful and fearless—in awe, a bit nervous, a little apprehensive, courageous, daring, bold, gutsy, audacious—all at the same time.

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