Category Archives: Women

To Gray Or Not To Gray, That Is The Question

“I toyed with the idea of going back to my “roots”…” Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye

“when death comes, extending its hand to you, it’s just not how you would have expected it.” Continue reading

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Dear Daughter

“I am not surprised that you used it to carve niches in life that suited your temperament and fed your soul” Continue reading

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My Book Review of A Broom of One’s Own by Nancy Peacock

By the time I finished reading this book for the second time, I vowed I would read everything this author ever writes. Continue reading

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Political Boundaries

“There is a fine line between knowing enough to be able to vote intelligently, to vote for the heart and soul of this country, and knowing too damned much.” Continue reading

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