Tag "Sheryl Pidgeon"

A Way With Words

  I have always had a passion for the power of words.  I earned a college degree in journalism, wrote advertising and PR copy for decades, drafted commentary to help place neglected kids in safe homes, wrote for many publications, and

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Lessons in Love

When I was 17 years old my dad gave me the book, Love is Letting Go of Fear.  I’d been having a tough time coping with family issues, school and life in general.  Looking back, I realize that most teens

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Sunny Side Up

I am an optimist, a happy person, a “glass half full” kind of gal! My father says I was born with a smile on my face. Don’t get the impression that my life has been easy.  Au contraire.  I’ve seen my

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Time Flies…

  by Sheryl Pidgeon | Publisher and Editor-in-Chief My son just turned 18, senior year, an adult. My 16-year-old daughter acts like an adult.  My youngest daughter, 15, is driving me around town. Where DID the time go?  I know,

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Keep Calm and Summer On

Yeah, I know, it’s hot. Steamy in fact. But I love the summer.  When my kids were in elementary school, the end-of-year pool party, followed by a mom/kid getaway, clearly marked the transition from school year to summer vacation. Class

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Bird On A Wire

  by Sheryl Pidgeon | Publisher and Editor-in-Chief For as long as I can remember I wanted to be a mom.  Long before I knew what my career would be or who I would marry, I knew. I also knew

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Pop the Cork!

by Sheryl Pidgeon | Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Who doesn’t love a celebration? But make no mistake – a celebration is most rewarding after plenty of hard work and determination; and the tougher the task at hand, the sweeter the success. 

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