Sands of Time

In today’s microblog, I discuss one of the critical things I learned from my mother’s premature death and how it impacts today’s outlook.

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Unyielding

I am sitting across from my cousin Leecee on a balmy Thursday evening, sipping on rum punch. Her luminous, almond-shaped brown eyes glow as she animatedly fills me in on her new position and regales me with tales of working on The Hill. It is hard to believe that this is the little girl who […]

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The Good Doctors

In the opening days of 2006, my daughter came down with what my ex-husband and I assumed to be a cold. We quickly discovered how wrong we were, but thanks to a team of skilled doctors crisis were averted. In this post, I detail that experience and my bewilderment with the widespread enmity now shown to the medical establishment.

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