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Usually between Christmas and New Year’s, I immerse myself in the most riveting book. The main character is a bit of a mess– a cross between Anne of Green Gables and Anne Lamott. Some years she’s downright inspiring, and other years you wonder why she’s still playing dress up with her inner demons. But the […]
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A weird thing happened around the age of 45, I suddenly felt old.  Mostly I found it surfacing when it came to my teenage daughters.  While I was thoroughly captivated watching my oldest daughter, a visionary like myself, bounding with ideas and enthusiasm, but I also felt strangely sad.  It took real effort not to […]
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A few years ago, I was flipping through magazines for a project when I stumbled on a photo from National Geographic that grabbed my attention.  The photo showed a country in extreme drought or perhaps a river bed gone dry;  the scorched earth was so withered and parched, it had formed thick cracks stretching in a web […]
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