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I Met The Love Of My Life At 17
Journalist, mom and author of the blog Mamam Louve
I learned that you should listen only to yourself, your instinct, your beliefs, and your heart. By doing, that I got the most beautiful gift of all. Meeting the love of your life at a young age isn't a problem.
Adopting a Dog Has Brought Me Closer to Other Women
Freelance journalist; Founder, Rock 1 Kidney
I'm not alone. Dog moms are a tribe. Sure, there are various levels of "crazy dog lady" -- I still don't clean Rio's butt with a hygienic wipe after he poops, though never say never, I suppose -- but loving dogs is a cool bond to share with another woman.
Terry a la Berry "The Unsung Superstar" by Tim Battersby
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Terry Hall has two feet in two worlds. He has one foot in Children's music and the other in the world of large arenas, tour buses, and superstardom. Wait a minute you say. Superstardom?
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Life's about the LittleThings
Orphaned and alone, two unlikely pals brought each other friendship in a time of need.
No, My 10-Year-Old Son Isn't Looking for a Girlfriend. He Likes Boys.
Mother, wife, breadwinner
Sure, by the numbers, assuming people are straight is a safe bet. Most people are. But assumptions are dangerous. This particular assumption implies to my son that there is something wrong him for being other than straight. And there's not. He should be exactly who he is.
Help These Adorable Dogs Find Their Forever Homes By Christmas
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Abandoned Pup Recovering From Mange Couldn't Be More Excited To Reunite With His Rescuer
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Who Does Your Dog Think You Are?
I have a small wooden plaque in my kitchen that reads, "My goal in life is to be the person my dog thinks I am." I suppose that when people read it they see it like a bumper sticker. Curious and meaningless. But to me, it's profound.
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The School of Hard Firsts
First day of kindergarten, 1964: My teacher is Mrs. Condon. She has very big hair and is clearly inferior to my mother. There are zero Tinker Toys in my classroom, which is clearly inferior to my bedroom. Mrs. Condon makes a fuss about the colored chalk. I've seen better
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