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A Breakup Story – Saying Goodbye to My Uterus!

For many years I have had a hate-hate relationship with my uterus. This year, a few days before Mother’s Day, I finally got to say goodbye! Good riddance! Adios! Sayonara! That’s right- at 43 years old, I got a hysterectomy! I suffered from multiple issues related to my uterus and entire reproductive system for years and […]

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Washington, DC – A Family Trip Report

Our family trip to Washington, DC was everything I had hoped it would be. Since I spent so much time planning and obsessing about this trip, I wanted to write a follow-up trip report in hopes it might offer some tips if you are planning a visit. First of all, I must say that all […]

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Washington, DC! A Family Trip!

I have been thinking about going to Washington, DC for almost 6 years! Ever since my daughter came home in 2010, I have dreamed about taking her to see the Obama White House. I obsessed about it! Having my black daughter visit the White House while a beautiful black family occupied it meant everything to me! […]

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Living in Vermont, sometimes it feels like I live in a liberal bubble. defines Liberalism as “a political or social philosophy advocating the freedom of the individual, parliamentary systems of government, nonviolent modification of political, social, or economic institutions to assure unrestricted development in all spheres of human endeavor, and governmental guarantees of individual rights […]

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An Atheist Goes to Church

I spent most of last Sunday in church with my family listening to the pastor’s sermon and to the choir sing beautiful songs of worship. It was an awkward several hours for me because I don’t believe in God I have no trouble admitting that I am an atheist. This all came about because several […]

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