TM "Ree" Tate

TM "Ree" Tate

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About Me

Hi, I am Ree *tmtate from AP. I have a lifelong love of reading and writing. I am 41, divorced, no kids--just a cat; Wolfie. Born and raised in Ohio, moved to Tennessee at age 19. I have worked part time as an RCA (substitute rural mail carrier) since 1999; hoping to get full time someday. I am interested in pretty much everything, I love to learn!
Some things I cannot do without: Music, Laughter, Friends/Family, My cell phone, my car and a creative outlet! I love to drive, travel, fish, camp, explore/experiment, cook/bake, read, write and people watch. I used to love shopping, but the economy kind of nixed that! I am a survivor. I am a procrastinator, but once I get started-Watch Out! :D


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Posted 12 Years Ago


I'm well...just here and there as usual :D Hope all's well with you! Sorry I have gotten behind on my reading requests, but I am looking forward to reading more of your talented writes!!

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thank you love, much appreciated! How are you? Hugs xx

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thank you so much for your wonderful words love..much appreciated xx

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Posted 12 Years Ago



"One day Gandhi stepped aboard a train as it started to move, and one of his shoes slipped off and dropped on the tracks. Unable to retrieve it, he calmly took off his other shoe and threw it back along the track to land close to the first. When an amazed passenger asked why he had done that, Gandhi smiled and said, 'The poor man who finds the shoe lying on the track will now have a pair he can use.' With the eyes of his imagination, Gandhi saw a man with bare feet, saw him coming across a lone shoe and desperately searching for the other, and saw the disappointment on his face when he didn't find it; seeing these things, Gandhi did what he could to help."

( A Teaching Story from Say Please, Say Thank You: The Respect We Owe One Another by Donald McCullough )

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Posted 12 Years Ago


Thank you for your lovely review love xx