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Kristy Clark. The Entrepreneur with Tattoos who Seized the Day.

Girl Warrior Stories| Views: 4161

Today we raise our fists high and put our hands together in celebration of our Feature Girl Warrior, entrepreneur extraordinaire, Kristy Clark, a deeply compassionate woman of...

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Melanie Baird. The Makeup Artist who Makes You Feel Good.

Girl Warrior Stories| Views: 3686

Today we raise our fists high and put our hands together in celebration of our Feature Girl Warrior, mobile makeup artist Melanie Baird, a woman of character and the...

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Girl in the water.

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Your reflection in the puddle is different depending on the preciseness of your presence, the direction of the sun, how it skims the surface of the murky water, and the angle with...

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Make it Awkward.

Hey Girl Warriors| Views: 886

Make it awkward, especially in sticky difficult situations Girl Warrior. Or during those times when your first inclination would be to cut your losses and walk away. Sometimes...

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I Will Always Remember You There.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 478

She called me Agaluk. I called her MF. Beautiful One. Sweet Butterfly. I also called her my friend. We were Soul Sisters. One of my most strongest, steadfast, courageous,...

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Wearing the Cloak of Invisibility

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 658

I’m over the hill. Shocking news I know. Truth is, I’ve been here for a while. It’s a hard one to come to terms with. So I’ve been breaking it to myself gently.  But...

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Look What They’ve Done to my Song.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 466

I don’t know what it feels like to be a woman. Crazy I know.  But the truth is, I really only know what it feels like to be me. And to make matters even more ambiguous, I only...

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Snapshot of Mel at Four.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 489

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.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 483

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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Wide-eyed Wonder.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 562

The exquisite thing about aging is the reawakening of wide-eyed wonder. All the oohs and aahs of life seen through my own magical gaze. And not those of my children or...

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