Monthly Archives: November 2011

Obscure Paths

Sometimes following the path of obscurity awakens new senses. We will follow in faith that our path will lead us to new wonders and epiphanies.

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Looking Back

An important piece of looking forward is LOOKING BACK. What are the experiences that have impacted us most and provided bountiful growth in character? Certainly, our 3 years in South Africa as a family ranks  high. Adam and Benjamin (in … Continue reading

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Be the Link! Join me LIVE today

Stretching village wisdom into the 21st century. Today I present Global Citizenship – Be the Link! to an international audience over the internet. How truly bizarre.  Feels challenging for me to share Portraits of Uganda and this heartfelt story to my … Continue reading

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There’s a man in my house. Thankfully its my husband. I have worked from home for the past 9 years, enjoying the solitude of the mountain views and sharing my home office with my dog. My husband lost his job … Continue reading

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Book Club Interview     (This is a 20 minute interview. There is an 8 second ad at the beginning. Sorry about that) She keeps me talking about it. Missy Gluckmann from Melibee Global Consulting has interviewed me several times now. She always … Continue reading

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