by Jayne Hitchcock
Having lived in many places over the years, I've always had a garden. It's been interesting to see how different each garden had to be, due to soil, weather and whatnot. I'm eager to put my hands in new soil, to plant the seeds and watch them grow, smell the air as I tend and let my imagination run free.
by Ornesha De Paoli
As we watch our nation becoming further divided, it is our duty as parents to instill the thought in our children that the United States is still a great nation with resources and opportunities that are boundless and endless. No matter what the outcome of these perils of government may be, the children are still the national treasure.
by Sheila Velazquez
I'm beginning to believe that the system has consciously given women just enough to lose, to placate us, like little children given a bite of candy to quell requests for the full range in the store. Many women are doing better than they were ten years ago. But better isn't equal.
by Nicole Janeen Jones
For the first time since Elliot's death, I am beginning to think about how this has impacted me, instead of rehashing the cold order of his last days. I've decided I cannot honor his murderer in that way, to include him to much in my memories of Elliot. I cannot include him as a part of my grief. It is bad enough he is the reason I grieve at all.
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