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Do you have a plan as you wonder through your life?  If not, why not?  It is okay if your plan is to live each day to its fullest or to plan each new stage of your life over several years.  The important point is that you do not let life and those around you dictate your future.  The following is a perfect summary of how I live my life:

Thank you to my daughter, Threse Mitchell, for sharing this note (no her name is not misspelled).  My prayer for each of you is to live your life following these ideals.

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Diane L. Drain

Attorney, consumer advocate and retired law professor

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