Monthly Archives: March 2016

A Woman of Influence

If you and I are Facebook friends, you might have heard that I was nominated for an award a few weeks ago. It’s a cool story actually. I was out in my neighborhood walking the dog and having a little … Continue reading

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“Balance” is king — Or is it?

It’s the beginning of spring… technically, anyway. Truth is, it’s been spring in Los Angeles since the start of February. So I have to say, I feel a little discombobulated. This is made only worse by the start of Daylight Savings … Continue reading

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You, me and the Green Ninja…. We’re all the same

My son has a new toy. It’s a Lego set from the Ninjago series and he’s not put it down since building it. He takes it in the car on the way to school. He takes it into the tub. … Continue reading

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I was almost kicked out of honors English (or… The dangerous dance with “unearned” support)

Last week, Cheri wanted to reach out to everyone who supported her campaign and found that she was having trouble. Words were scarce, emotions jumbled, and her gratitude, which had been soaring, was suddenly fighting for lift against a thousand … Continue reading

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We did it!! And I’m having trouble believing.

Last night, about 7pm California time, the campaign to help Cheri beat cancer reached its $5500 goal. Done. Finished. Final. Complete. Hallelujah! We were celebrating quite joyously this morning over on the campaign page, so you can check that out … Continue reading

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