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    As toddlers we may be scared of bugs. Children might fear the dark. Adolescents may dread what others think ofRead More
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    I carry symbols of luck with me daily. In my change purse you will find a United States Marine CorpsRead More
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    They say timing is everything. It was a gorgeous CA evening last fall when a dear stray cat walked downRead More
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    The surgeon who removed my PKD kidneys when I was 18 years old said I looked “11 months pregnant.” SomeRead More
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    I love to ‘people watch.’ Like when I’m sitting in the car at a red signal light and vehicles areRead More
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    We all have different characteristics that make us tick. Each of us has varying things that can push our buttonsRead More
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