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Girly becoming Womanly

Hi all!

So, I mentioned that I was going to have guest bloggers coming to this blog.

Thank goodness I named this blog thegirlyreports.com. I hadn’t realized back then that we would be having some new women on board. 441 more words

Spirituality and Baptism at St. Joseph’s Indian School

Good afternoon! I am Clare, St. Joseph’s Director of Pastoral Care and Native American Studies.

Spirituality is an important part of our mission at St. Joseph’s Indian School: to educate for life – mind, body, heart and spirit. 431 more words

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Guest Post: Becoming Leigh

Back at the end of March, we each did a presentation to a group of classmates that was a creative expression of how we were obtaining the information and skills we were learning in class. 1,179 more words


Paghatud sa Logan Airport Boston, Massachusetts ni Elma 'Nenen' Ayson-Mckeown

Agosto 19, 2014: Manami ang tiempo. Suno sa forecast, 70 degrees F. Kalmado ang hangin. Aga pa ako magbugtaw magpreparar-handa ka ipabalon nga pandesal, siopao, donuts, fudge, sliced apple, cherry kag grapes para may kan-un ang akun bata kag anang amiga samtang gahulat ka flight nga ang halin alas kuatro pa sa hapon. 685 more words


INKSHARES-New Independent Publishing Route

Independent Publishing: How I Found Inkshares

by: Emily Ruth Verona

Twitter has a wonderful writing community. Frequently published authors and aspiring novelists post encouragement, news, competitions, and articles regarding the vast; though competitive industry. 699 more words


Guest author blog: Christine Hallett on her research for Veiled Warriors.

When I first began researching the nurses of the First World War in 2004, I was vaguely aware of an increase in media attention. Now, ten years on, as my third book leaves the press, I find myself astonished by the level of interest in the subject. 457 more words

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A broken and contrite heart

Scripture Reading: Psalm 51:16-17, Matthew 5:3-11, 1 Samuel 15:22

I have had many days where I have seen my sin and felt overwhelmed by shame. But I have learned through study that… 1,023 more words