Monthly Archives: March 2012

I love to travel!

When I was 17, I was selected to be part of the maiden voyage of a European Concert Choir Tour called “Sounds of Hope”. Being from a tiny isolated town in rural Illinois, it gave me the opportunity to see … Continue reading

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My Review- John Carter

OK… I’ll admit it. I guess I’ve been living under a rock all of these years because I had never heard of “JOHN CARTER” until I began seeing the hype about the movie that come out today. It looked good … Continue reading

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My Chance to “Make a Difference”

I have personally saved 3 young people, 2-13 yr olds and 1-15 yr old who were sitting at their computer making one final attempt to reach out for help, and they IM’d me. In all 3 cases, which were a … Continue reading

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Cooking & Baking

According to my mom, the first time I cooked something was when I was 3 years old. For Mother’s Day, I wanted to surprise her with breakfast in bed that I’d probably heard about on TV, but I knew she … Continue reading

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Different times…

I recently heard Barbara Walters mention it on “The View” that the stigma associated with teenage pregnancies and having a baby out of wedlock has change tremendously over the past 40 or 50 years. When I was a teenager, especially … Continue reading

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