Miss Manners

Over the years I have noticed a slow decline in etiquette and manners in both interpersonal relationships to more formal settings like weddings. So much so that when I encounter good manners I go out of my way to respond in kind.

Perhaps if our society would revisit good manners and basic etiquette we would have a far more civil society.  Then maybe, just maybe, our personal, business, and political discourse would be more productive, and everyone would feel better about themselves, and everyone around them.


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Down in my basement, lined neatly on a shelf are handwritten notebooks chronicling my life. After years of writing, the experience became more of a burden then an important part of my day so I quit writing. Five years later I took up writing again. This time it was in the form of a blog which gave me a place to hang out after I lost my job. From there my blog content morphed into writing about my general contractor experience building our house. As my life experiences grew so did my blog.

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