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The Townhall

The Townhall


Posted By on Nov 26, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!   I hope you are all looking forward to loved ones and turkey as much as I am. In the meantime, one of my other favorite aspects of the holidays is the time it gives you to sit back, relax, remember, and be grateful. I hope you find time for that this week.   Time to stop, to pause, and to reflect on all that this year has brought you through and what it holds for you before the year closes....

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Tuesday Townhall

Tuesday Townhall


Posted By on Nov 19, 2014

Wow, I can not believe next week is Thanksgiving!                         This fall is flying by and that actually makes me happy because I LOVE the holidays…   This past week I have found some new voices to share here on our Townhall. I love bringing around voices old and new, as the purpose of these blog gatherings are to be just like a beloved Thanksgiving meal...

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Tuesday Townhall

Tuesday Townhall


Posted By on Nov 5, 2014

So I am guessing that many of you right now are watching the votes roll in across the nation. I have to confess that I think I am still going through America overload and re-immersion adjustments. Election season this fall, especially being in AR with a hotly debated Senate and Gubernatorial races, has about worn me out with the sheer number of ads coming at me from every direction and the bitter vitriol often expressed. I am so...

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Tuesday Townhall

Tuesday Townhall


Posted By on Oct 29, 2014

Hey Everyone,   It is late and it’s been a long day. Ever have one of those weeks where you just know it’s going to be super long and the thought is, “God help me” its only Tuesday… yah that’s me today.   Plus I woke up today and it was raining. The perfect day to stay cuddled up in bed, and yet I had to get up and face it.   And it continued to rain… all day.   Normally I...

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    Growing up in my small town world I learned to exist safely within the lines of black and white. My perfect little world had very little conflict. Every question had an answer. There was always a right answer and a wrong one. There were good people and bad people. It was black and white, but never grey. Grey was scary. Grey was doubtful. Grey was iffy. Grey was lukewarm. Grey was too complicated. Hence, due to these...

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