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  • Join Me! by Nancy A Kaiser 9/1/2009 4:56:18 AM
    Donít forget to join Wendy Garrett and I on her show, Consious Living, tomorrow, Wednesday 9/2, from 1 - 1:30 pm EST. Weíre discussing more about my work with the animals. Hope youíll be listening at http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/11638... more

  • I'm Blushing! by Nancy A Kaiser 8/29/2009 12:03:25 PM
    Iíd like to share a wonderful review of Letting Go from a reader who posted on Barnes and Nobleís website. To be compared to Eckhart Tolle is quite something for me, since it was his The Power Of Now that was so integral to by healing from my ďda... more

  • Lighting Their Fires: Interview with Bestselling Author Rafe Esquith by Frank Mundo 8/25/2009 12:09:52 PM
    Interview with Bestselling author Rafe Esquith, Oprah Winfrey's Teacher of the Year, about his latest book Lighting their fires.... more

  • An Inspiring Story of Abuse and Unimaginable Perseverance by William R. Potter 8/22/2009 7:26:39 PM
    My Review of "The Stormy Side of Theodocia McLean" by Theodocia McLean.... more

  • ZoBeth by Susan Sonnen 8/19/2009 7:14:12 PM
    from my childhood ... more

  • Milam's Gap in the Blue Ridge Mountains by Beth Trissel 8/18/2009 5:36:21 AM
    The sun was low in the sky and the woods dusky as my husband and I hiked the Milamís Gap trail in the Blue Ridge Mountains. How green and still it was among the hay-scented fern, and the twilight mild and sweet, like a melody softly played. Few birds... more

  • Time by Jennifer Christian 8/15/2009 2:31:48 PM
    Lately my time has been consumed exploring Facebook. I think that I could better spend my time on a blog here.... more

  • Progress Measured In Baby Steps by Michelle R Kidwell Power In The Pen 8/6/2009 11:11:06 PM
    I am grateful to see that earlier I got a very brief email from my cousin, the one I had trouble with a few weeks back, she was responding to a message I had sent her, and she actually asked how I was doing, and how the rest of the family was doing, ... more

  • August Articles! by Nancy A Kaiser 8/5/2009 12:22:01 PM
    Iím thrilled to announce that two articles have been published about me this week. The first is in our local magazine, All About Women, here in the High Country. If youíre local, please pick up a copy and go to page 43. If youíre not, go to http://ww... more

  • Bear Fence Mountain by Beth Trissel 8/3/2009 7:07:59 AM
    Thereís a country saying about the number of foggy mornings in August being an indicator for the amount of snows we will have this winter. A great many, at this rate. But this weekend a cold front blew through and a crisp north wind chased away the c... more

  • Sundays Summary: I CAN"T BELIEVE IT by Michelle R Kidwell Power In The Pen 8/3/2009 12:13:21 AM
    There we a couple of places in San Francisco I did like, we passed this beautiful Catholic Church, I didn't get the kinda picture I wanted to take, because I wasnt about going to risk my life in that town, but the church was just so amazing. Nonna w... more

  • Sunday Morning in the Mountains... by Joyce E Bowling 8/2/2009 2:56:47 AM
    Sunday morning in the mountains finds me up doing last minute housework before going back to school tomorrow for our first official day of the school year 2009-2010. The summer seems to have literally vanished before our eyes. But, it also seems that... more

  • Friday Morning in the Mountains... by Joyce E Bowling 7/31/2009 3:56:29 AM
    Friday morning finds me relaxing at home with the rain falling outside yet again. It's been a very soggy spring and summer. I'm glad to be home for the final day of our summer vacation. Yesterday afternoon was our back to school bash. Parents were ca... more

  • Thursday Morning in the Mountains... by Joyce E Bowling 7/30/2009 4:42:10 AM
    As I sit relaxing after another long evening working in my classroom the sounds of the mountains and the farm can be heard. Roosters are crowing their good morning call, the goats bells ring from the hillside, and birds are singing from high in the t... more

  • Yoga. Apt Possibilities and Cleaning out Aunt Velmies by Michelle R Kidwell Power In The Pen 7/29/2009 2:21:39 PM
    I am sore, but like I told Dr Hope its better than just popping a pill for the pain that comes with a NMD, this may be painful, but its painful in a good way. I just wish my ipod was working ARGH.... more

  • Two Hours of Fun! by Nancy A Kaiser 7/29/2009 6:17:07 AM
    Iíd like to thank Debbie Kiely in England and her listeners, who joined us with questions, for making my first two-hour radio interview speed by. Iím pleased to say that Debbie has invited me back for another show on December 12th. If you couldnít ... more

  • Wednesday Morning in the Mountains... by Joyce E Bowling 7/29/2009 3:27:16 AM
    Wednesday morning finds me in relaxing with a hot cup of coffee, my laptop, and the news...while also being thankful that I didn't have to go sit through the another six hour training session. After the training yesterday finally ended at 4:00 I deci... more

  • Tuesday Morning in the Mountains... by Joyce E Bowling 7/28/2009 2:06:04 AM
    I find myself giving thanks to our Lord this early Tuesday morning. Thanking Him for His amazing grace, love, and mercy. I was so happy to find Ed's update on Ed...what a blessing. I sat and tried to imagine just how many people were calling his name... more

  • Two Firsts on Tuesday! by Nancy A Kaiser 7/26/2009 12:26:13 PM
    Iím thrilled to be doing my first interview outside North America on Tuesday when Iím a guest of Debbie Kielyís from England on her radio show, Debbie Your Show. It is also my first two-hour interview from 5 - 7 pm EST. Weíll have plenty of time to t... more

  • Saturday Morning in the Mountains... by Joyce E Bowling 7/25/2009 6:28:10 AM
    Saturday morning finds me relaxing with a cup of coffee and enjoying the view of the mountains from my porch swing. It's been a busy summer with little time for self, I might add a short one too! I've found the voices of my friends at the den calling... more

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