I'm right and you are wrong! Maybe -- you are right and I am wrong! Or maybe -- neither one of us are right and we are both wrong!
We all know there are two sides to every coin, but inspect a coin a little closer and you will notice there is actually a third side. I normally find myself stuck on the edge of the coin peering at the two polarizing sides when it comes to many of the choices we face in life. Occasionally, this coin will get flipped and I will find myself on one side or the other, but as time goes on I usually find my way back to the edge of the coin peering at both sides wondering why others are stuck on just one side and don't see the other side.
Check out the two very unique sides of this 1895 coin celebrating the centennial of my hometown in Lewistown, PA.
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Most of these blog posts have not been edited or proofread by an editor. You may find words misspelled, improper grammar, and incorrect punctuation. Sometimes the words may not even make sense. When I post something here, I am merely expressing my feelings. If you don't know my story, you must know I have a learning disability, and I don't always see and hear words the same as most.