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Second Chance or Double Jeopardy?

Ah, the elusive second chance. Almost as difficult to find as the car keys when you're in a hurry and just as easy to lose. But I think it's actually a misnomer. You never get a second chance to correct prior screw-ups, nope; Bill Gates is more likely to send you a million dollars for sending that spam message to every email address you've ever collected. Ain't going to happen. Here's why: Time travel isn't possible, you're a different person now, more experienced (wiser one might assume), aware of the consequences of screwing it up the first time around. A second chance implys you got a chance to redo. But you can't rewind and redo. You will respond to this new opportunity, which is what it should be referred to as, with new eyes, new knowledge, new power. The concept of double jeopardy in this country is a simply one, you can't be tried more than once for the same offense. What people misunderstand (thank you very much Ashley Judd and

#ChristmasTreats Blog Hop

Giveaway has ended, BARBARA STOKER is our winner! Happy Holidays I did this same hop last year ( Celebrate the Season ) and my husband surprised me on Christmas morning with books from my hop wish list! Let’s keep our fingers crossed, eh? My all-time favorite #ChristmasTreats - after books - is Chocolatey Stars. I don't know why they aren't sold all year. But they're not. And I don’t know if these are sold nationwide, or globally, or if they are a local treat. Also, I don't know why these shortbread cookies dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with nonpareils makes me so happy but they do. They really, really do. What I am sure of is my favorite holiday special is Christmas Eve on Sesame Street. It's a treat for my heart every season. I saw it the very first time when it first aired in 1978. It was my third Christmas. I was two; and I sobbed because Big Bird got lost. It is still, thirty-seven Christmas’s later, my favorite. I have it on VHS tape and on

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