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Video — Transcending: Words on Women & Strength

December 19, 2008 | Posts with Videos | 2 comments

Sorry to those who subscribe to the blog via email and couldn't see the embedded video in the last posting, Strong Women, Close Friends. Here is the link: Transcending: Words on Women & Strength by Kelly Corrigan

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Thank you so much for this very moving video, which has made me resolve to hold my friends and family closer, and make more of an effort to spend time with them, instead of constantly putting it off to try to get more work and chores done.

Roxanne | 11:44 am, December 22, 2008 | Link

 

I agree with Roxanne.  A very touching video indeed.  It’s things like this that sometimes makes us take stock of our lives.
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