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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 16 – The Grass Rooter

The United States had just entered the third year of the twentieth century when this infant girl opened her eyes in Norfolk, Virginia. The year: 1903 The month: December The Day:  the 13th Little did she know that the quiet soul of one of America’s famous freedom fighters would depart life’s stage nine years, two …

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A Special Mother’s Day Tribute and the Introduction to the Article, But It’s Mother’s Day

This year’s Mother’s Day article, But It’s Mother’s Day, is a tribute to all those mothers who have lived through the agony of having a child precede them in death.  No mother expects to see her child leave this earth before she does: it is the mother’s heart that dreams of life–long life– for her …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 15 – The Dark Lady, The Unsung Heroine

 What would you do if your recognition and honor were stolen?  How would you react when your research was appropriated for use without your knowledge and permission?  What would you say to those who had violated one of the fundamental laws of the Hippocratic Oath of Science –– Thou shall not steal? 1868,  Benjamin Disraeli …

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Originally posted on LadyRomp:
Good morning everyone, A Word of wisdom that rings out in truth. Ciao, Pat Garcia LadyRomp View original post

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Very Inspiring Blogger Award

Hello everyone, A shout goes out to Raani York, http://raaniyork.wordpress.com, for nominating my blog series, The Champions Who Walked Among Us on my Walk On Blog for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. My Walk On series has turned out to be a big faith builder not only for myself, but for others as well. Examining …

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Originally posted on Significance Speaks:
              It’s 3am Just can’t sleep All night long I’ve tossed and turned Contemplating Imagining My fate of yesterday It’s been pretty grim Now stressing my mind About what tomorrow holds Questions flitter and float about Unanswered in the quiet night What is it…

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Originally posted on Walk On:
The Next Big Thing is a series of blog posts where authors talk about their work using the same ten questions.  At the end of the blog, we tag other authors who will do the same thing a week later.  So not only do you get to find out more…

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The Next Big Thing

The Next Big Thing is a series of blog posts where authors talk about their work using the same ten questions.  At the end of the blog, we tag other authors who will do the same thing a week later.  So not only do you get to find out more about my upcoming book but …

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Hello everyone, Here is a beautiful statement that expresses my beliefs toward children in my Christmas Day posting “And Yet And Still, It Is Christmas,” from Linnea Larsen’s Website. Linnea is herself a poet with an intense feel for what is happening in our world to children. Just had to reblog it. Shalom, Patricia

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Many Thanks!

Overflowing joy is an emotional feeling I believe we all enjoy, or at least I do.  Therefore, I would like to recognize four people who have given me a reason to write that my joy overflows, because they have selected my Walk On Blog as one of their Blog of the Year Blogs to receive …

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