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Our generations

Us, right here.

This is the year

Not next or last.

We are the people

Flawed, intact.

We can do this


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Don't make me go there!

We do not learn from experience… we learn from reflecting on experience.
― John Dewey

The past eight years with my President have been really good.

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Like many children raised by same-sex parents in the U.S., Jesus was raised by an adoptive parent who had no legal standing. Joseph’s child bride got pregnant after she heard some archaic form of the too familiar expression, “Baby, I wanna get with you.” 482 more words

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Too much

I am too intelligent, too demanding, and too resourceful for anyone to be able to take charge of me entirely.
–      Simone de Beauvoir

Three children.

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My late husband Paul was an artist. When we were alone, I sometimes sang to him these lyrics that Joni Mitchell penned sometime before 1970: 866 more words

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Prayer for a New Mother

The things she knew, let her forget again-
The voices in the sky, the fear, the cold,
The gaping shepherds, and the queer old men… 580 more words

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Thanks, but no thanks

I am a big fan of giving thanks, specific appreciations, and expressing delight. I set up meetings so that their last five minutes or so are devoted to creating the opportunity to say what we learned from each other or what we appreciated. 594 more words

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