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Roe v. Wade: Choices and Freedom

When I became pregnant, I knew it was an enormous responsibility that I chose with eyes wide open. Today, our adult children are our greatest sources of pride. Much of this stems from the fact that I had choices about … Continue reading

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How to Fix a Booboo

One night in the bath, my 3-year-old accidentally stabbed me in the face with a toy unicorn. Shocked, I yelled out, causing him to cry. I hastily wrapped him in his favorite green towel. “Can I kiss it better?” I … Continue reading

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Legacy

This November I will be voting in my grandfather’s honor. Wouldn’t it be nice to elect someone who believes in science, respects women, honors the Constitution, and doesn’t bully people on a daily basis? Although my grandfather’s work filled everyone’s … Continue reading

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RAVE -Little Acts of Thoughtfulness

RAVE to the lady from Redmond who gave me the extra money to buy two prints at a garage sale! She hugged me and said, “Don’t you think we need more people like  this in the world?!” RAVE to 5-year-old Nicole at our … Continue reading

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Giving Each Child One-On-One Time

There’s no substitute for one-on-one time. Positive, focused attention helps build and maintain an emotional connection. If you can swing 10 to 15 minutes every day, great. Schedule it whenever possible. To make the most of this time, do whatever … Continue reading

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