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Finding Peace in Ubuntu

I raced home with a pizza on the back seat of the car. The day had been crazy in the office, I was a few minutes behind schedule heading home, and everyone would have about 10 minutes to gulp down my lovingly prepared dinner before heading off to school for Phoenix’s concert. In the car…
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I Resolve

It’s that time. It’s time to reflect on 2012 and consider a few resolutions for 2013. Try not to focus on just recent events. This is a challenge, I know. What tends to come to mind are those things that happened recently or were overwhelmingly tragic or (and these are my least favorite) are both…
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Hello!

Today we are sliding into our loose pants and baggy shirts with the sumptuous scent of turkey and trimmings drifting from the kitchen. But I want to talk about yesterday. Yesterday, November 21, 2012, was the 40th annual World Hello Day. Did you miss it? No reminder popped up on your calendar? The concept is…
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The Spirit of Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving causes us to pause and ponder all the blessings for which we are thankful. The love of family and friends is often at the top of the list. This year we may choose to focus on the compassion of a larger community. My family and I have many to be thankful for: the Tennessee linemen who restored our power the neighbor…
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A Show of Purple….

On Monday, June 20th we put out a request asking our supporters, via social media (Facebook and Twitter) to wear Purple on Tuesday, June 21st to show support for A Woman’s Place (AWP).  Some of the staff at AWP joined in and posed for pictures with the word they selected that represented what  they felt connected the …
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