Monthly Archives: October 2011

Little Girls Grow up to be Women…and then what?

I watched Miss Representation a documentary on OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network). It talked about the impact of the media on our little girls through the years and through the generations. They are told they should wear this or that …so … Continue reading

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Maybe forever.

A kid from high school contacted me on Facebook. I could not remember him. I contacted him At first, denied his request and then I thought about it. Steven and I came to an kind agreement and then I accepted … Continue reading

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Two Thumbs up

I was riding back from church today thinking about and questioning my life and my purpose. Sometimes, it is particularly challenging always being the one who is different. Other’s perspective is often challenging and sometimes I get tired. People often … Continue reading

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I can dream

My husband asked me tonight what baseball player I’d like to see. Now, I’ve been a baseball fan since I was a kid. I’ve met most of them. Without missing a beat, I replied Duke Snider. Now, Duke died 2/27/11. … Continue reading

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