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Book Review: Complicit by Stephanie Kuehn

Jamie Henry’s sister Cate has been in a juvenile detention center for two years, since the night she burned down a barn with horses and a classmate inside.   382 more words

Books And Reading

On the runway

In the past few months the eldest family member on my dad’s side of the family, as my one 2nd cousin put it “is on the run way”. 523 more words

Family

authority

Can you imagine I’m not one that’s had a history big on authority?

I know that is hard for many of you to believe, but in the past I always thought that… 533 more words

Hard Stuff

Book Review: The Lemon Grove by Helen Walsh

Jenn and Greg are happily married and enjoying their annual vacation in Majorca.  After a week spent alone, drinking, swimming, sunbathing, and languorous afternoon sex, the two are joined by Greg’s daughter Emma arrives with her new boyfriend, Nathan.   389 more words

Books And Reading

prayers

The Jolly German and I have officially been in Zurich for one week and already we feel at home. The first week was really centered on getting our stuff into the house, shopping for some of the essentials and beginning the search for a job. 602 more words

Hard Stuff

Book Review: Tease by Amanda Maciel

When Emma Putnam commits suicide, a community is up in arms.  Everyone seems to think that it’s the fault of several teens who bullied Emma relentlessly.   395 more words

Books And Reading

The UNLEARNING Process

I’ve been taught over the years that leaders should always be learning. However, I’ve discovered that it is equally important to commit to the unlearning process as a leader.  335 more words

Leadership