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TweetWe’re likely somewhere between Sacramento and Madera right now, rolling along Highway 99 with a chatty toddler (hope she doesn’t get car sick!) and a baby boy still learning how to sleep (hope he doesn’t cry the whole way!) People say you shouldn’t announce vacation plans to the internet. But, as of this week we […]

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Tweet  Have you read The Girls from Ames: A Story of Women and a Forty-Year Friendship? It’s been on my reading list forever!  Also, can you relate to Zaslow’s quote? Do we too often neglect to talk about things beyond career, marriage and parenting? If so, how can we get to a place where we […]

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Tweet This quote comes from a blog I stumbled upon written by a Mormon woman, C. Jane Kendrick. I thought the following quote was lovely and wise. I often wonder if I’m being narcissistic because I write so much about myself. And while I think it’s ALWAYS good to self-check my motives for sharing, I also know […]

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TweetThis is taken from a lovely (and wise) post I stumbled upon last week… “I heard a quote about motherhood in the most unexpected place the other day. Joe and I were watching a documentary about the bizarre performance artist Marina Abramovic (“The Artist is Present”). I wasn’t really listening, and then I perked up […]

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Thursday Thoughts: Awareness

by Lesley on December 13, 2012 · 4 comments

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Tweet“When you stop caring what people think, you lose your capacity for connection. When you’re defined by it, you lose your capacity for vulnerability.” – Brene Brown And for the writers out there… “A sense of audience is critical when you write, but don’t let your perceived audience dictate what you write.” – Kristin Tennant […]

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