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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...wanted us to concentrate on our jobs and the business he had so deeply loved. Amidst the challenges, we discovered solace in unexpected places. I remember one evening, while grappling...
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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...Engagement: Connect with other tall women for style inspiration and mutual empowerment. A Unique Conclusion: As we wrap up our style journey, remember, embracing your height is not...
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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...ake a positive impact in their communities, and inspire others through their confidence and achievements. So, to all the tall women out there, remember that you are remarkable, you...
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  • Jan Brehm posted a status
    ...y mind the last couple days. Where did it come from? It feels like it’s coming from angry threatening voices. It’s all a bit mirky…Oh yeah, now I remember… Bad behavior, talking bac...
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    Mary Krakow posted a status
    ...his daughter in the care of his brother James while he recovered from his wife’s death. He was said to have had a nervous breakdown and I seem to remember hearing that he lived briefly...
  • Kristen Houghton posted a status
    ...Publishers. It was a good choice for me. If you’d rather go it alone, remember that you need to wear the hat...thus slowing the time it takes to get the book to market. It pays to remember that both Create Space and In...

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  • Hi Kristy, setting is my creative driving force, too. I loved this "But ten years from now, I wanted them to remember Peachtree Bluff."
  • Thanks for this. This is the simplest explanation I've seen. I'll remember it for myself and use it for the clients I serve as well.
  • Bella Mahaya Carter commented on her article Is Writing Fun?
    Amen to holding things lightly! That is often my biggest challenge. I forget. But, thank goodness, I remember!