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Religion and Politics CAN Mix

This is not a political blog.  Carter and I had many discussions on making sure this is not a political blog.  My father even warned me, “Two things you never discuss in public:  politics and religion.”  Well, hold on to your horses, ‘cause we’re gonna do both!   The Right Rev. Mariann Budde, the Episcopal Bishop of Washington is my…

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Every day should be Memorial Day, and every day should be Veterans Day.

Today’s post is a guest blog by speaker, forthcoming author, and my sister:  Lynda L. Trahan-Greene I am so grateful for those that chose/choose to serve our country.  That tradition started in my family in 1864 when my great, great grandfather chose to join the Civil War in Troy, New York, two years before the age of conscription (which is…

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Boom! Suddenly it’s 40 Years Later

Yesterday, May 18th, was the 40th anniversary of the eruption of Mt. St. Helens.  I still vividly remember being driven to Sunday School that morning, seeing the plume in the sky (I was raised in Beaverton, OR) and wondering what happened.  A little while later my parents, like many parents, came up to the church to take me home not…

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Happy Birthday to You, Thank You to You

I remember as a kid asking my grandmother, “Why is there a Mother’s Day and a Father’s Day, but no kid’s day?”  Her response?  “Every day is kid’s day!” Today, May 12th, is the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth (1820) and the end of National Nurses Week.  I would propose, however, that the week not end and that Every Day…

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A Rose By Any Other Name…

A period of crisis always brings out a burst of reinvention.  It was one of those Aha! moments for me in school when I finally put together the down turn in the aerospace industry in the 1970s and the birth of the home computer industry.  It’s sad that all those engineers had to lose their jobs, but now we have…

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Reuse, Recycle, and Remodel

I was set off this morning by an article regarding the fact that the house used for exterior shots in the 1981 movie, Mommie Dearest,  was recently sold and the new owner is just tearing it down.  Now, the new owner has a right to do whatever they want with the property, after all, I don’t pay the taxes on…

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