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The Irony of Life Series

The possibility of revisiting and extending this series and publishing it as a short read is haunting me.  It won’t happen soon.  Because of one mistake, trusting my realtor, my life has changed forever. I think the real story is worth telling. Do you?

The Irony of Life, Part One

The Irony of Life, Part Two

The Irony of Life, Part Three

The Irony of Life, Part 4:  The Contract

The Irony of Life,  Part 5: Looking for Home

The Irony of Life, Part 6: Prayers Answered

The Irony of Life, Part 7: Internet Fraud

The Irony of Life, Part 8: Letter to the Editor

The Irony of Life, Part 9: Accepting Life

The Irony of Life, Part 10: On the Road

The Irony of Life, Part 11: Grieving

The Irony of Life, Part 12: Let it Be

The Irony of Life, Part 11: Grieving

The Irony of Life, Part 12: Let it Be

The Irony of Life, Part 13: Photos of New Town

The Irony of Life, Part 14: To Buy or Not to Buy?

The Irony of Life, Part 15: The Inspection

The Irony of Life, Part 16: The Twelfth Hour

The Irony of Life, Part 17: The Sulphur Creek Trail

The Irony of Life, Part 18: Grieving and Adapting

The Irony of Life, Part 19: Letting Go

The Irony of Life, Part 20: Accepting What IS

The Irony of Life, Part 21:  The Unknown Path

The Irony of Life, Part 22:  Will you help?

The Irony of Life, Part 23:  Want to Change the World?

The Irony Of Life, Part 24: What’s REALLY Happening?

The Irony of Life, Part 25:  Taking Action Beats Complaining

The Irony of Life, Part 26: Walking in Beauty, Again

The Irony of Life, Part 27: Journey of the Eagle

The Irony of Life, Part 28: Processing Pain

The Irony of Life, Part 29: Accepting the Gifts

The Irony of Life, Part 30: Accepting Loss

The Irony of Life, Part 31: Here and There

The Irony of Life, Part 32: Being Thankful

 

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