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In 1992 I met my true love...how we reconnected after 25 years

In 1992 a handsome surfer boy and I chatted at Sante Fe bar, a favorite bar at Univ of Maryland. "Hi I am B" he said, and all I remember was his big gorgeous smile. We met again at a frat party and he chased me around a corner and kissed me. I wore little jeans shorts and he was in a Billabong Tshirt. The chemistry was palpable, and kinetic. We spent our last semester in college together and over the next 3 years, I got to know his beautiful and generous soul.Sadly, that's where our story ended. See, I broke up with B when I was 24 bc he was 🍀✝️ and I was ✡️ At the time, it...

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Catch your dreams

I don’t really have a memory of sleeping w a particular toy when I was a kid.My daughter does. She sleeps with, and has attachments to multiplestuffies, particularly, her dream catcher. I bought the dream catcher at alittle plant place on east 12th street, that probably sold, CBD, hash pipes,little crystals and other mystist accoutrements on the way to pick her upfrom her Kindergarten class. Julia went to school at EVCS, East VillageCommunity when we lived in EV. I loved that school. There was a huge feeling of community there. Now I live in NJ, and not so much. There is no pick up and drop off at the school playground. You just put your kid ona bus and give...

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Lillian Michelson Julien

After the sudden passing of her daughter Michelle, Lily Julien became more spiritual in a quest to find comprehension of her unimaginable loss. In a dream her daughter spoke to her and said, "I am okay mommy, you are the ones who are not okay, and you need to help each other.” Lily says that at home her two other children, Greer and Spencer, who were young teenagers at the time of the accident, would go out into a world where no one could understand what they had been through. She awoke from that dream with a vision of a place where parents and siblings were coming together for emotional support through alternative healing, using yoga, meditation, reiki, music, and...

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Barbara Palumbo

Gorgeous. Smart. Tall glass of water, with a rocking bod, and a mouth who curses like a truck driver. This powerhouse also writes so eloquently you might need a dictionary to figure out the “big” words. As a wicked cool, working mama of two beautiful ginger babies, Barbara Palumbo is a powerful woman. Her tall presence alone grabs your attention, but then you get to know her and you can see she is passionate about being a voice for women while helping and supporting those around her. But it wasn’t always this way. This beautiful and outspoken majestic mama, at one time found herself without a voice: in an abusive relationship. Barbara had to learn to love herself and find...

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