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I'm writing to remember Carla Turner to the community. I met Carla in 2005, when she applied for the-then spanking-new Douglas County Youth Initiative. Carla's experience with a host of social … more
I am auditioning role models next week. Please bring your resume. Please don't. I need a role model like I need a carton of mewing kittens. A role model is generally thought of as someone … more
So the other day I was reminded of something I had heard a few times before and always enjoyed as a new way to think about things. And when I heard it this time it gave me a little cause for pause … more
Adapt, Adjust, Achieve (A3), previously known as the American Council of the Blind of Colorado, began almost 40 years ago with Families for the Blind. They are a nonprofit organization with their … more
As two moms in Colorado, we are concerned that access to women's and children's health care will be limited with the current Senate health plan. Given that many Republican congresspersons are … more
To who it may concern: I have some great news. The word "whom" no longer exists. You can forget about it. Most of you already have. It's rarely used when it should be, even by writers and … more
I don't know about you, but when someone asks me if I want to hear some really good news, I typical get excited. Of course I want to hear really good news; heck, I would even take just plain old good … more
Most of us have been taught to move forward cautiously, make intelligent decisions, and not fail. In our society, failure has a nasty taste to it. Failure isn't commonly thought of as a good thing. … more
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