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Tracie Clayton. Moxie Spirit and Gypsy Soul.

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Today we raise our fists high and put our hands together in celebration of our Feature Girl Warrior, marketing, advertising and communications professional, Tracie Clayton, the...

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Dear Girl Warrior Daughters.

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This is a very personal message from my heart to yours. This time of year always brings me to a place of reflection, contemplation and introspection. Maybe it has something to do...

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The Sixteen Jacket.

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Tuesday and Thursdays were ballet night. Twice a-week, fifty-two weeks, one hundred and four classes, three hundred and and twelve hours, times two years, I endured the art of...

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Snapshot of Ma in the Driveway at 204.

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Ma stood in the driveway waiting for her sister Hazel to come and pick her up to go shopping at Intercity. I sat in the orange plaid swivel rocker and watched her from the living...

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Snapshot of Mel at Four.

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Melissa sat in the brown Rubbermaid laundry hamper hugging her knees.  She was wearing her over-sized blue sweatshirt with the Dalmatians on the front and purple leggings. Her...

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For the Love of Mary Ann Passingham.

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Dear Love, I wanted you to know that my great grandmother’s name was Mary Ann Passingham and she was born on the Isle of Wight. And that some day I’m going to write a romance...

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The Dream.

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I’m not much of a dreamer.  At least not at night when I’m asleep.  I do a lot of daydreaming.  But the other thing, not so much.  I guess technically, I do dream.  We...

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Unfinished Business.

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It was inevitable. Bound to happen. I’d reach a certain age and life stage.  Then bam. Smack. Thump. I’d start thinking about unfinished business. Well here I am. Signed....

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The Christmas Dance.

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I have many fond memories of Christmas.  The wonder years at 204 waiting for Santa’s arrival. Shaking the merrily wrapped boxes adorned with bright ribbons and bows.  Guessing...

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What Happens in 204 Stays in 204 and the Fine Art of Secret Keeping.

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The older I get the better I get at keeping secrets.   I now understand how sacred secret keeping is.  What a privilege it is to have someone trust you so dearly with a...

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