Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Little Encouragement from Maya Angelou

I have to admit, the 15 minutes I spent pondering the questions I posed the other day about what we want out of our lives were the 15 minutes I spent lying in bed as I drifted off to sleep. … Continue reading

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We Belong To Each Other

This post is for all of you. For every fabulously ordinary mom who is reading this. You need to hear this story. You need to know this mom. She is one of us. She belongs to us. And she inspires … Continue reading

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Do We Have Great Expectations?

I had the good fortune of hearing Wes Moore, author of The Other Wes Moore, speak yesterday at a benefit for Voices for Utah Children, and something he said has really stuck with me. He said we are not a … Continue reading

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