Monthly Archives: April 2012

Become a Voice

What, you might ask after reading the title, is a voice? My thought here is someone who speaks or does for others what they can’t do for themselves. So what do I mean? When you are caught in an emotional … Continue reading

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Volunteer your way out of that hole!

So, how do you feel when you’ve fallen in a hole and can’t find a way out? You know what I mean, that depression or sadness that creeps up at times and sucks us in. Sometimes it is triggered by … Continue reading

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40 years of Friendship

This past weekend, we celebrated the release of my 1st novel, “Wait Here, Wait There,” and when I say we, I mean old and new friends, dear friends, and best friends. All important to me, but one in particular gets … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Walk

Join our team – The Badger Team – on September 15, 2012 at America The Beautiful Park in Colorado Springs for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Registration begins at 7:30am but you can avoid that “earlyness” by going to ALZ.org … Continue reading

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Opposites in Education

This past week, I took part in two enlightening, educational events. They could not have been from more opposite ends of the spectrum. The first was a reading and speaking engagement with the Pikes Peak Hospice volunteers. It was an … Continue reading

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“Wait Here, Wait There”

“Wait Here, Wait There” is off and running. Today is the day of its release. The reviews have been wonderful and I want to thank everyone so much for their support. Last week I had two fun programs and this … Continue reading

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Fun, Fun, Fun and tears

I have done two events this week that I just have to talk about. One was me reading “Badger the Dog” and putting on a school program where I had an entire gymnasium full of kids cheering and yelling, and … Continue reading

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