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At the Expo — A Women’s Rights Reminder

What WAS a SURPRISE was seeing this booth [at the Boston Marathon Expo] with Katherine Switzer signing books and posing for photographs.

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Posted in gender universes, grit, Marathons

Out in the Rain — Looking through Layers

Good Morning, God! Last night I really wanted Korean food and Kit, my wonderful husband, agreed. So off we went to our local Yummy Korean BBQ. I love viewing the world through car windows, God. When I am the driver,

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Posted in Communication, complexity, gender universes, layer upon layer, mental maps

Stepping BACK to 1958 and Hearing Pearl Buck

Good Morning, God! 1958 is a long time ago! Still, when I watched this interview that Mike Wallace did with Pearl Buck in 1958, I was astounded by what had changed and what had not changed. (But first, my jaw

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Posted in gender universes, social support networks, the difficulty of doing Both And

For Real: Women ARE Better Listeners

Good Morning, God! I admit it, God, I laughed gleefully when I saw photos of the Male Brains at rest. Worse, yet, I called my beloved husband in to look! The Male Brain at rest is basically OFF. I mean,

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Posted in Communication, Diversity, gender universes

Storytellers vs. journalists; moths vs. bats

Good Morning, God! Look at this wonderful man, my husband Kit! A GOOD man, God! And, rather more importantly for this story, he is also a very good journalist. Accuracy is his passion. I, however, am a Story Teller. Accuracy

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Posted in Communication, connections, Diversity, gender universes

Men (and Women) at Work

Good Morning, God! There is something fascinating about men at work. I was going to say “people” at work — but, then I stopped to wonder — would  “women” at work be as interesting to me? Hmm. Now days, God,

Posted in Definitions, Diversity, gender universes, generating options, gratitude, social support networks, Work

Saint Anne, the Patron Saint of Grandmothers

Good Morning, God! Sandy has taken Ian to school and is now biking. I am back into my book – Traveling with Pomegranates — and have just come upon the idea of St. Anne — the mother of Mary —

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Posted in gender universes, Roots, setting my life in context, the gift of persistent love, the importance of Grandmothers

A Woman’s Day: The Farmers’ Market, Then Clothes Shopping

Good Morning, God! Here I am in L.A. — curled up in bed — waiting for Suz to announce Time for Coffee Tasting. Such a lovely way to stat the day! Mind you, God, I miss sipping coffee in bed

Posted in a series of molts and upgrades, accepting my ability to REDESIGN, acknowledging another's existence, appreciation, attunement, being together in a compassionate presence, daughters, friends, Fun, gender universes

What Women Want – The Lady Ragnell Story and Respect

Good Morning, God! This morning I wanted to talk to You about RESPECTING OTHERS as opposed to LABELING OTHERS. This, God, is what comes of thinking. Or maybe it is what comes of shaking bits of information together as if

Posted in choices, Expand my Heart, freedom, gender universes, respect

White Hibiscus Flowers: Appreciated or Evaluated?

Good Morning, God! Kit has been going on walks with me after dinner – it is a true gift from him – as he has often run in the afternoon. I’m grateful! But, I will admit, God, that I am

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Posted in appreciation, beauty, gender universes, perspectives

Blogs I Follow
Brené Brown

chatting and sometimes, listening

Rachel Naomi Remen

chatting and sometimes, listening

A Moment with God

chatting and sometimes, listening

Sacred Dance Guild Journal

Since 1958 articles by members & guests offer news about activities, history, Sacred Dance practices, profiles of Sacred Dancers, choreography, images & illustrations.

Victoria Paulsen

How to Step In -- Substitute Teaching

Brené Brown

chatting and sometimes, listening

Rachel Naomi Remen

chatting and sometimes, listening

A Moment with God

chatting and sometimes, listening

Sacred Dance Guild Journal

Since 1958 articles by members & guests offer news about activities, history, Sacred Dance practices, profiles of Sacred Dancers, choreography, images & illustrations.

Victoria Paulsen

How to Step In -- Substitute Teaching