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Her Impact Is Still Being Felt....
2016-09-19 01:22
Most girls who get pregnant at 16 and drop out of high school never dream that "school" can ever be something for their futures. However, my mom was not most people.Yes, she was 16 when I wa… Read More
The Last Three Years.....
2016-07-13 14:08
One of the greatest lines from all movies since the first movie came across the big screen occurs during a conversation between Morgan Freeman & Tim Robbins in Shawshank Redemption."Get… Read More
A Growing Family
2016-06-24 02:23
On January 19, 2015, our family grew by one when Jacob moved in with us. The circumstances surrounding that move don't matter...what matters is that before that date, he had already moved in… Read More
Expectations Or Hope?
2015-12-29 03:55
Since Christmas break began, I have taken a yoga class every day that Yoga Pod has been open. It has been so enjoyable to take a class in the middle of the day instead of always having to fi… Read More
Thanksgiving Reflections
2015-11-26 14:26
As I sit here with my morning coffee in the quiet pre-Macy's Parade hours, I am pausing to reflect on the real meaning of today. Yes, we are thankful all 365 days of the year for many differ… Read More
The Day I Kicked Cancer's Ass
2015-11-15 15:06
I woke up on Monday morning, July 27, 2015 with skin cancer. And if my pain meds were not causing an extreme inability to sleep, I could report that I fell asleep on Monday night, July 27, 2… Read More
The C Word....again.
2015-11-15 15:06
Just over two weeks ago we were in Crested Butte and I was rolling down a hill at the mountain base with my niece, Campbell... that fun turned into a fierce rash up and down my forearms, and… Read More
It's Just A Nose....Right?
2015-11-15 15:06
I had another post-op follow-up this past week.First of all, I need to affirm my doctor once again. Dr. Cooks-Norris from The Woodlands Skin Surgery Center is just amazing. Not only is he hi… Read More
Taken Too Early...
2015-10-27 03:09
I lost a student this weekend. I had the honor of being his principal while he was a 7th grader and an 8th grader at Sam Rayburn Middle School. But sadly, it was not until his last few… Read More

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