Monthly Archives: August 2015

Friday Five: Back to School

Deb, at Rev Gal Blog Pals, offers this Friday challenge: It’s Back-to-School time! Are you that “A+ Student for life” or the King/Queen of Detention? RevGals want to know! We are all still learning (or re-learning) some kind of lessons! Tell us about your learning edges in: 1. … Continue reading

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Sounds of the Struggle: Bread & Roses by Judy Collins

A song for Women’s Equality Day.  Turn the volume up high!

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Celebrating the Women Who Have Paved Our Way

Today is Women’s Equality Day–a day celebrating the 19th Amendment which guaranteed women the right to vote in the United States.  But if I were to judge history by my Facebook page, I would think that today was the day … Continue reading

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What’s the Key? A Question of Eternal Life

I don’t spend a lot of time thinking about eternal life. I don’t worry much about it. Do you? I’m mostly focused on the present. The here and now. The need right before my eyes. The dog barking to go … Continue reading

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Looking Back in Gratitude/Looking Forward in Hope

Every so often, I play The Friday Five at Rev Gal Blog Pals, a blog ring of Rev Gals and their friends.  Today is Jan’s last day as a host to the Friday Five.  Here’s her challenge for the day: … Continue reading

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