Monthly Archives: June 2015

Caring for our Girls: Women are the Foundation of our Society

Originally posted on A Family Doctor's Reflection:
Women are the foundation of our society.  From the moment  girls are born, the love and support from family helps them evolve into strong, confident and caring women. Yet, fear and suffocating religious…

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Anne, Frida & Harvey: Civil Rights

I’m always game to see art, whether on stage, on film, in museums or galleries. I appreciate old masters and new talent; I love viewing the world through artists’ visions. Yesterday I fit in two events, on the surface perhaps … Continue reading

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Biking & Hiking in Zion & Bryce

We spent last week in southwestern Utah, cycling and hiking in Zion and Bryce National Parks. Being our first organized trip with a group and guides, I was a bit apprehensive. Our previous excursions have been self-guided, albeit organized by … Continue reading

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