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Her story…My Story

We can have an agenda or we can hear a story. Which will you choose today? Continue reading

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We all have a story

I am a writer. It has taken a long time for me to say that. Of course I am writing so it’s a little easier. I often put a lot of buts in the statement: I am a writer. I … Continue reading

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The hardest Part

Sometimes the after is harder than the beginning. Continue reading

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Our Stories

Your story changes lives. Continue reading

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Dreams Legitimized

The only permission we need is from within. Continue reading

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Mother’s Day, a call to action

Do you know why we celebrate Mother’s Day? Not, why we celebrate moms, but how the holiday came about? I admit, I thought it was another holiday cooked up by greeting card companies trying to fill in the months between … Continue reading

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Be Still

“Is this then what happens to woman?  All her instinct as a woman-the eternal nourisher of children, of men, of society-demands that she give.  Her time, her energy, her creativeness drain out into these channels if there is any chance, … Continue reading

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