Monthly Archives: January 2011

Moving Down my Bucket List: I’ve been to Prison. Now I’m going to Ecuador!

I once heard a 16-year old girl speak to a group of tween girls about her experience visiting an orphanage in South America. She talked about how easy it was to bridge the language gap with attention. She described each … Continue reading

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Some of my Favorite Images from 2010

And, of course, how could I not include some of those adorable paws4people puppies…

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When is a horse like a grown-up?

I had high hopes of putting together images from my favorite holiday cards, some of my favorite images from 2010 and other best of-type posts.  And I might still, but in the meantime, here’s my animal epiphany of the year. … Continue reading

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Developing Confidence

Donny (not his real name) was a scrappy 8 year old when I first met him and became his mentor.  At the time, he barely reached my waist.  Today, at 17, he towers over me. Donny lived in PA for … Continue reading

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