Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Crone, Woman of Age, Wisdom, and Power

Barbara G. Walker Harper Collins, 1985 My guess is if ten people read this book five would think it was totally ridiculous, three would call it boring, and two would feel differing degrees of enlightenment. The Crone as a title … Continue reading

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Utah to Arizona #21: Volunteering for CASA

Did you know the last person to be personally represented in a juvenile court case involving custody is the child? Ever heard of CASA? I mean besides the first word in the last Mexican restaurant you enjoyed. CASA is an … Continue reading

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Travels in Siberia

Ian Frazier Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2010 Frazier admits to “Russia love,” which by his description is comparable to the passion of ardent Francophiles or civil war re-enactors. Caught up in a love of country that is not his own, … Continue reading

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Volunteering at the Library

Volunteering has been part of my life since I was in my twenties. Where, how, and why have changed through the years, but today I am driving to the closest local library to put in a little time and see … Continue reading

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