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Jan 26

Window Into Our Wombs

When I arrived at Union Station on Friday, January 19, I was overwhelmed by throngs of March for Life participants. In the midst of the chaos, I spotted an older white man sheepishly holding a sign, looking really uncomfortable. Averting my eyes, he shifted his sign sideways so I couldn’t read it. Which made me …

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Jan 29

Standing Still

The movement began in stillness “Be still and know that I am God. – Psalm 46:10 This powerful quote comes to mind sometimes. And it always gives me a sense of peace. It’s a gentle command, imploring us to pause, be calm and pay attention. When I reflect on the Women’s March on Washington last …

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Dec 04

ICE! A Charlie Brown Christmas

Baby it’s cold inside… at the ICE! A Charlie Brown Christmas at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando. Nine degrees, to be precise. But visitors should be prepared to have their heart melted by this classic Peanuts story all over again. It’s not clear if our two-hour wait to get into the …

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Dec 01

Just Say No… to the Office Christmas Party

It’s that’s time of year again. Lights and trees are going up everywhere. The quest for the perfect gift has begun. Cards will start arriving soon – and so will the invitations to the office holiday party. Let me start off my saying that the term “office party” is a textbook oxymoron. defines oxymoron …

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Apr 16

Why I Love Walt Disney World

We are just six days out from our next Walt Disney World vacation. Our personalized magic bands have arrived, one purple and one green. I have made a few, tentative FastPlus+ selections and thought I’d share some of my excitement in a post. We are going to the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival next …

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Jan 06

Redefining More

The person who dies with the most toys wins. Bumper sticker wisdom like this says a lot about how we relate to our things. It’s not just about having lots of things we like. It’s about having lots of things just to have them, and having more things than everyone else. In a consumer-driven society, …

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