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After a couple of cold days, we are back to warm.  I think we have rain coming our way.  I don't think it will be cold.  I'd like to get out and start growing things for the spring, but I don't know if the cold fronts are read more...

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JaneI was saddened to read about the death of a friend and fellow first mother, Jan Schmidt.  Her obituary in large print in the Salem (Ore) Statesman Journal included these words:"Jan had a son, Thomas Gibbons, whom she gave up for adoption. This always weighed on her. Tom and Jan were reunited many years later on an amazing day with the whole family present."I met Jan about 19 years ago when I was a newly reunited first mother living in Salem. A leader of a first mother group called and asked if I could give Jan a ride to their meeting in Portland, 50 miles away. Still in the read more...

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Last night we had pizza and movie night with Eby and Wogayu. The girls were gone for the evening, so it was only four of us; it felt so odd! I didn’t love Despicable Me 3 (I’m not sure I even liked it), but the scene of the “dance fight” struck me as very funny. […] The post Why We Should Laugh With Our Kids appeared first on One Thankful Mom - Lisa read more...

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I can't think of a great a word to describe HOA's.  Our HOA is at it again.  They sent out flyers.  They are creating a fining group.  I wish these people would get a hobby.  I spent the day doing yard work.  All while my Nazi neighbor stood by watching.  I guess he wants to document it all for his group.  I believe he'd be a part of read more...

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Republicans are trying their best to paint the Democrats as the reason for the shutdown.  It's the Republicans.  They don't want to negotiate.  They want the Democrats to accept what they are dishing out.  If not, they will throw tantrums.  Trump will take pictures of himself pretending to work.  Maybe he should try to negotiate an end to the shutdown.  Oh, that's right, he is a very poor read more...

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Happy weekend, friends! I have a new post coming Monday morning, but I want to share three things with you now. 1.| My friend Mike Berry, has a book coming out! For the next 16 read more...

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Trump has created a new office.  Their job is to protect people that hate others due to religious beliefs.  You don't like someone because they are gay, they'll have your back.  You don't want to serve Muslims, they'll support you 100%.  You want to do illegal stuff because of your religion, you know who to call.  It's almost like Trump's own SS group.  I wonder if they will go after anyone who protests against these read more...

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Try as they might, the Republicans are to blame for any shut down.  They control the House, the Senate, and the presidency.  In the Senate, if they can not pass the bill, it is because some Republicans are holding up the process.  Everything they have done is partisan.  When your partisan, it takes all hands on deck to pass something or you will have to negotiate with the Democrats.  They choose not to negotiate.  They want to vilify children that were brought here from other countries illegally.  Was it their fault?  If you were a child and your read more...

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Groups help ease transition back into families, tribesWASHINGTON ? Conrad Eagle Feather, a Sicangu Lakota, was only three when he was taken from the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota and adopted by a non-Native farming family in the state of Nebraska. His three sisters were removed to separate families. He recalls a childhood with little joy. ?They used us for farm labor,? he said, detailing a list of chores that began before dawn and continued until bedtime. He said he still bears the scars of physical abuse. ?For every sin I had committed according to the Bible, I got one read more...

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Groups help ease transition back into families, tribesWASHINGTON ? Conrad Eagle Feather, a Sicangu Lakota, was only three when he was taken from the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota and adopted by a non-Native farming family in the state of Nebraska. His three sisters were removed to separate families. He recalls a childhood with little joy. ?They used us for farm labor,? he said, detailing a list of chores that began before dawn and continued until bedtime. He said he still bears the scars of physical abuse. ?For every sin I had committed according to the Bible, I got one read more...

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