What Would Michael Jackson Say?

man-in-the-mirrorThe other day my daughter and I got new glasses. She was very excited for hers and I was grateful for mine because they were free. I tried to pick out a frame that would accommodate the ridiculously thick lenses I need. Let’s just say it was slim pickings.

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Should I Cancel My AAA Membership?

romans-nothing-can-separateI admit it. I don’t know much about cars. Oh sure, I know about the normal stuff like oil changes and windshield wiper fluid. But the big stuff like transmissions and air filters or radiators? Nope – not a clue. That’s why I signed up for a AAA membership many years ago. Its roadside assistance service has saved my stranded self a time or two paying for itself many times over. Read more ›

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Does God Hear My Prayers?

Does God Hear My Prayers?Yesterday morning was spent at the Apple Store with my daughter whose phone was being repaired. It started about a week or so ago when it was dropped resulting in a few hairline cracks on the screen. Still usable, I instructed her that she was going to have to make due as iPhone screen replacements were not in the budget. Read more ›

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What Do Miley Cyrus and Julie Andrews Have In Common?

be-stillI am probably one of the only people on this planet who has never seen “The Sound of Music” in its entirety. Shocking, yes I know. It makes no sense really as the story line is very appealing to me and the music is, well, timeless. One song in particular was always my favorite – “Climb Every Mountain”. Read more ›

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Would I Lie To You?

psalm-9-verse-10Some of my readers may remember this epic Eurythmics song, a foot-tapping, hard-rocking, sing it at the top of your lungs song that was popular in the 80s. In short, it’s about Ms. Annie Lenox kickin’ someone to the curb for lying to her and her emphatic proclamation as she walks out the door that she will be just fine. Read more ›

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Are You Seeing Red?

isaiahIf you read my last blog post, you know that one of the accomplishments of my “summer vacation” was that I wrote a book. I turned this 125-page Word document over to a friend of mine, well-versed in editing, to review. It took me two weeks after I’d written the last word to place the book in her hands. Read more ›

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About Jennifer Covello

We’ve all heard that people come into our lives for a reason. For a long time, for me, those “people” were friends, colleagues, DMV personnel, bank tellers, and customer service reps at the utility companies. You get the idea... (read more)
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