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McCollonough Ceili is an Irish/American writer. When she's not traveling throughout the great United States, she can be found helping out on her American family's farm.
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Entries by McCollonough Ceili
Be still in your life. Take time to listen to nothing but the sound of your own thoughts. Learn to like your own company. Share with others what you have. Even if it is just a dollar, share it. Listen with your heart. Do not be in a hurry to tell your story. Listen as others tell their story first. See what needs to be done, and do it. Do the dishes need to be washed? Yes? Then wash them. Are there dirty clothes on the bed? Yes? Put them in the hamper. Send a smiley to someone just because… Read more.
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