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I’ve changed my status

Last month I made a change to my FaceBook account I really never imagined possible. It is one of the hard realities I have lived with since April 30th, when a series of phone calls, the last from my friend, … Continue reading

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The language of love

The Tonys are one award show worth watching, and I tuned in for a little while on Sunday night. This ad by Wells Fargo, which aired between the incredible theatre performances, is worthy of an award in its own right. … Continue reading

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Only 276 pages left

One on the highlights of the year for me is joining a group of women, most of whom I see only once a year over lunch, for conversations encompassing a wide range of topics. The only time there is quiet … Continue reading

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