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Laughter through tears

“Please don’t cry or I will too. I have a strict policy that nobody cries alone in my presence.” This is a great line from my all-time favorite movie “Steel Magnolias.” If you haven’t seen the movie (good grief, put … Continue reading

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Unseen blessings

I just spent 15 minutes looking for my daughter’s friend Violet during a mean game of hide-and-go-seek. I couldn’t find this chick anywhere. I looked in the laundry room, under the beds, and even in the scary hall closet with … Continue reading

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My friend Jim

It’s common to talk about our work. Within minutes of making a new acquaintance, someone usually asks, “so what do you do?” What we do is the label that often defines us. I’m a teacher, doctor, mother, etc. I’m not … Continue reading

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Friendships aren’t just for fairy tales: Who is your support system?

Snow White is one smart lady. I realized this tonight while reading a bedtime story to my kids. I’m not referring to the incident with the tainted apple. Clearly that was a weak moment. I’m talking about how she chose … Continue reading

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