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I Was Mistaken For A Homeless Woman

I Was Mistaken For A Homeless Woman

A few weeks ago, I was mistaken for a homeless woman. That’s right. Homeless! In my lifetime, I’ve been mistaken for a few things; most notably tennis champion Steffi Graf who is at least five inches taller than I am.…

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Feeling Alone On Mother’s Day

Feeling Alone on Mother’s Day

Mother's Day is a special time for so many of us where we are pampered, spoiled and showered with love. As for me, I will have brunch with my family, get a backrub from my husband and hopefully take an…

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The Burning Bush

The Burning Bush

The Burning Bush As long as I can remember, I’ve been a person who looks for signs. Whether I’m making business decisions or trying to decide where to go on vacation, I ask God for guidance. I believe that just…

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Keepin Up With Infertility Loopholes

Keepin Up with Infertility Loopholes

I’ve said many times that if someone had told me I would have twins at the age of forty-three and that another woman would carry them for me, I would have laughed from here to high heaven. Well, it turns out this is exactly how I became a mother the second (and third) time around. After suffering undiagnosed recurrent miscarriages, hiring a gestational carrier was my last and only hope for expanding my family.

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TEACHING YOUR CHILDREN COMPASSION

TEACHING YOUR CHILDREN COMPASSION

My 9-year old son Aidan and I were driving down the road to the grocery store on a hot Friday summer afternoon. Traffic was backed up in every direction at the intersection. I looked up and saw a well-known homeless man who lives in our community.  He is about 60-years old, wears a long beard and layers of dirty clothes. I don’t believe that he has had a shower in months. 

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AN ODD REQUEST

AN ODD REQUEST

It was late afternoon on a warm spring day when I pulled into the vast shopping center parking lot. I put my car into park and began to sob.

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