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Caught-On-Your-Blindside

There are times when you wake up and wish you had not.  Nothing hurts; no pain in your body; family, friends, and neighbors are all excelling, and you are looking forward to the day ahead. Even though your day is scheduled so tight that you can hardly breathe, all is well with your world.  Yet, …

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Learning From The Past- An Introduction To This Year’s (2013) Walk On Series

Hello Everyone, I would like to thank you for your loyal support of my Walk On Series during the year of 2012.  It is an exhilarating feeling and an emotional high for me when I research the ladies I have chosen to learn about and pass on to you my reader. This is the first …

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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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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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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 13 – The Mathematician

What do you do when you’re more intelligent than you should be? How do you deal with a world where your talent, your gift is not wanted because of what you are? How do you keep going in a hostile environment where rejection resides on your doorstep, only because you were born a woman? March …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 9 – The Conqueror

The year 1868, the month, September, and the newborn infant had chosen the twenty-second day of the month to make her entry into the world. Coming from a strict Methodist background, she was the second girl among ten children to be born in her family.  No one was no shouting, or clapping the father on …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 5 – The Banker

Work for the night is coming, Work through the morning hours; Work while the dew is sparkling, Work mid springing flowers; Work when the day grows brighter, Work in the glowing sun; Work, for the night is coming, When man’s work is done.[1] 1934, the Black Tuesday that had ushered in the Great Depression of …

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