Tag Archives: World War II

Love, Honor, and Compassion

Grandfather, Sacred One, teach us love, compassion, and honor that we may heal the earth and heal each other. ~ Native American Ojibwa Prayer Perhaps growing up poor gave me a natural affinity for Native Americans and other people who were … Continue reading

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This Southern American Woman Says Aye!

As I have been reading in the New York Times and USAToday, the registered voters of Scotland who are 16 years of age and over are voting today on whether they want their independence from the British. Sean Connery, Alan Cumming, and … Continue reading

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Add a Y to Your Fox

My husband Kurt and I were just finishing up a Scrabble game this weekend, and he had one letter left, a “y” which can be quite difficult to place late in game. He was about to throw in the towel and … Continue reading

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Creating the Future, Saving Our World?

Tennessee drivers: did you know you can do something as simple as putting a colorful, creative, and unique license plate on your car to support the arts across the entire state? Yes, for a mere $35 you can support the … Continue reading

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