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Listen to the Wind: The Story of Dr. Greg & Three Cups of Tea

I chose a very special book for my second post for Dive Into Diversity. My son, Mason, will be seven years old next month. After he was born, my friend came from Idaho to visit us in Oregon. 455 more words

Children's Books

Caught in a lie: Storytelling, personal branding, and the temptation that befell Brian Williams

Going back a few years, I can remember a conversation I had with a gal named Katrina during our freshman year in college. Being a dippy 18-year-old trying to impress a cute girl, I was trying my best to give off a positive vibe that I hoped would be returned. 1,090 more words



I have just finished reading Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin.  I loved this book, the compassion and determination of those involved in bringing education to the impoverished is inspiring.  637 more words


Three Cups of Tea

I love a good book so when a friend recommended Three Cups of Tea, about a failed attempt on K2 turning into an education for thousands of Pakistani children. 425 more words


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Three cups of tea is a story of a truly good man and his achievements. If you like biography-ish books..this one is for you.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. 51 more words


My favorite books: Three Cups of Tea

I thought it would be fun to occasionally post a shout out of sorts to some of my favorite books.

I just finished reading ‘Three Cups of Tea’, it was written by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin. 353 more words

I'm Back, with a Liebster Award

So, I’ve disappeared off the face of the blogosphere, but I’m back. Thank you for your patience, my followers who may not pay any attention to this blog. 1,181 more words