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Here’s Something To Feel Good About Today… “I get by with a little help from my friends.” - John Lennon Ever feel like you’ve lost a connection with an old friend? Chances are if there was something that brought you together and created that friendship, then no matter how much time passes or distance...

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My Dream Came True

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My Friend’s Note of Gratitude

Do you have a loving supportive network of women friends? If so, be grateful, if not you might want to begin the process of creating one. My friend Joan sent this email to the 7 other members of our friendship circle group. We call ourselves the “Circle of Light.” We’ve been connecting once a month for what will be...

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