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55 years old, mother of 4 amazing children - 1 boy, 3 girls - the 2 oldest are happily married, no grandkids yet. Middle daughter has just completed college and is beginning her work life as a high school teacher. The youngest daughter is in rehab for opiate addiction, which causes me great sorrow and concern. Been married for 31 years.
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Welcome to the Challenge Peggy. I am sure this will be an exciting experience. This community is so wonderful and the challenges cause you to stretch. I hope you have a wonderful time giving and I look forward to reading your blogs.
Love and Light,
Welcome to the Challenge. It will be an exciting experience. This community is so wonderful and the challenge stretches you. I will be looking for forward to reading your blogs.
Love and Light,
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In November, we're sponsoring a cause that has been started by fellow giver, Lubabat. We are so deeply touched and impressed by Lubabat's strength of character & spirit. Lubabat was diagnosed with MS in the mid 90s and then in August of 09, she was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. Her reaction has been so inspirational - she is thriving through giving. She is hosting a Christmas Give and her theme is "going small to make a big impact" We have named her our November Cause of the Month and would be grateful for your support!