Monthly Archives: August 2012

Sunday #35: August 26, 2012 – In Memory of Jerry Nelson, A Man Who Counts

Sometimes we don’t realize how dearly we hold the things from childhood in our memories or how they become part of how we think. I, for example, still hold trinkets in a pink ceramic jar with a matching lid that … Continue reading

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Sunday #34: August 19, 2012 – How Hard Is It…?

A while ago (OK, to be honest, it was over a year and a half ago), I started a series of blog posts titled, “How Hard Is It….” The idea behind the series (OK, to be, honest, it only ended … Continue reading

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Sunday #33: August 12, 2012 – A Love Lesson: In Praise of Roland

Today is my 12th wedding anniversary. I’ve been lucky enough to have a dozen amazing years of matrimony with Roland. This year, as always, we will take the time to celebrate our anniversary by doing something special. This time, it’s … Continue reading

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Sunday #32: August 5, 2012 – Equality for Women in Sports – An Olympic Hurdle

The summer Olympics of 2012 have been paradoxical for women athletes. On one hand, this is the first Olympics ever where every participating country sent women to compete. Saudi Arabia, for example, has never sent a woman, but this year … Continue reading

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