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Highlight Your Problems

By Sallie W. Boyles When have you been positive that you carefully reviewed something...
Letter to Santa Claus with his address written on it in a air mail envelope isolated on white background. Franked US Christmas stamps on it. This is an exclusive image and it can only be found in iStockphoto.

When Grandma Wrote to Santa

By Sallie W. Boyles
Who speaks on your behalf? A highly self-sufficient individual might...
Grandma Serving Dinner Pexels

The Secret to Service

Sallie W. Boyles
What is the secret to providing a service that yields utmost...

The Vanishing Treats

By Sallie W. Boyles
Did you trick-or-treat as a child?  Whether a fan of...
The Power of Words and Water

The Wonders of Words and Water

By Sallie W. Boyles
What do words and water have in common? Not much?...

Whatever She Said

By Sallie W. Boyles
Have you ever caught only a fragment of what someone...
The Essence of Whee

The Essence of Whee

By Sallie W. Boyles
When is the last time you heard someone exclaim whee,...
Broken Window

It Broke

By Sallie W. Boyles
It broke!” proclaim countless children every single day.  Translation: “This...
Antique Tape

The Sound of Your Own Voice

By Sallie W. Boyles
Do you like the sound of your own voice? When...
people meeting

Pouring Words into Pauses

By Sallie W. Boyles
Do you feel uncomfortable when people are gathered for a...
From Barking to Bonding

From Barking to Bonding

By Sallie Boyles
Cats and dogs are natural foes, right? Why, then, would felines...