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It Got Me Thinking...About Angels

By Kathleen Guthrie Woods

My friend Deedy is the gentleperson who visits old souls in nursing homes. She sends flowers for no particular reason, writes cards to simply say “Thinking of you!”, calls regularly just to chat and reminisce. 271 more words

The Childfree Life: Issues And Attitudes

Saluting a Four-Star General

This post was originally published on March 10, 2011 as part of National Women’s History Month.

By Kathleen Guthrie Woods

To follow the trajectory of a Hollywood starlet or celebrity fashionista, just open the pages of a current pop culture magazine or click onto one of the gossip-fueled Web sites. 308 more words

Guest Bloggers

Chero: Marilyn Monroe

This post was originally published on March 29, 2011.

So many words come to mind when we think of Marilyn – bombshell, icon, tragic, to name but a few. 310 more words

The Childfree Life: Issues And Attitudes

Guest Post: Chero, Nicole Niquille

This post was originally published on November 10, 2011.

By Elena

A week ago, when I was having my first coffee in the morning, I spotted a “chero” story in my local newspaper here in Berne, Switzerland. 613 more words

The Childfree Life: Issues And Attitudes

Chero: Joan of Arc

This post was originally published on March 28, 2011.

By Kathleen Guthrie Woods


Joan of Arc has been known by many names, including Jeanne d’Arc, the Maid of Orléans, and Saint Joan. 432 more words

Childless Not By Choice

Chero: Nancy Wake, The White Mouse

This post was originally published on December 2, 2011.

The world recently lost an inspiring chero…and a force to be reckoned with.

Nancy Wake… 209 more words

The Childfree Life: Issues And Attitudes

Amelia Earhart: Flying the Child-Unfriendly Skies

In honor of Amelia Earhart Day, Kathleen generously agreed to give up her regular Tuesday “It Got Me Thinking…” spot. But don’t worry, she’ll be here tomorrow, sharing a Whiny Wednesday rant. 1,122 more words

The Childfree Life: Issues And Attitudes