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Thanksgiving and Medals of Freedom

  • November 24, 2016

So many of us are fortunate enough to be preparing or eating an abundance of food for traditional gatherings in the name of gratitude.  This photo was taken from the fruits of my garden before the deer figured out they could hop…

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Hallelujah

  • November 14, 2016

http://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2016/11/13/snl-opens-post-election-episode-with-hallelujah.cnnmoneyI practically grew up watching SNL and watched it spawn brilliant comedians and get sometimes uncomfortably tasteless. I've always loved the political parodies though, and the tenor of liberal thought has irrevocably changed thanks to parodies of the likes of…

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now what … ?

  • November 9, 2016

At this moment I am struggling to climb out of this stunned state.  Writing, art, music, has always been my salvation and I believe a huge part of the salvation of humanity. When I took this photo it was a night infused with hope I shared…

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100% of gross fundraising dollars to Terri Brodeur Foundation

  • October 24, 2016

Recently I've learned that The Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation stands out as an organization that works at the grass roots level with fundraising volunteers that devote 100% of gross fundraising dollars directly to research.  I was asked to be part of celebrating…

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Sunflowers and politics

  • October 11, 2016

  Thought we could use a sunflower around now or at least catch your attention with its brightness ...  I found myself wondering when thinking about what to post this morning, how such a gloriously beautiful season can contain the…

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Season of uplift and color

  • September 28, 2016

The house is chilly, got the extra blankets out, and breast cancer awareness month is upon us.  So much going on to mark the season, events to celebrate, honor, inspire, ... a season of colorful uplifting energy ....  This week…

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15 years ago … One Heart at a Time

  • September 11, 2016

15 years ago today my friend Ginny's then 8-year-old daughter Sienna asked her Mom what they could do in response to the horrors they tried to make some sense of.  Our children knew that schools closed early but what they…

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