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One Woman's Day · 6d ago

March 22 – The Snow Angel

by Shelley Johnson Carey The recent snowfall brought to mind another snowy day that I’ll always remember. As another barrage of sleet and snow began, I blasted my car’s heater to clear the w...
One Woman's Day · 1M ago

February 16 – A Doctor’s Prescription to Write

  by Mary Jo Doig A member of our Circle of Memories Writing Group in Crozet, VA shared a story recently that delighted my heart and I thought you might like it, too. Carolyn started her sto...
One Woman's Day · 2M ago

January 25 – The Day We Left Our Life in the South Pacific

by Madeline Sharples From January 1977 to September 1978 I lived with my family on an island in the South Pacific – Kwajalein in the Marshall Islands. The island is a military base, and my h...
One Woman's Day · 2M ago

January 24 – My One Day at the Women’s March

by Gretchen Staebler I am not an activist. Growing up in the 1950s and 60s, I narrowly missed most of the great protest movements of my time, and I have stayed in my bubble of white privileg...
One Woman's Day · 2M ago

January 23 – Joyful Misery

by Debra Dolan After six years of dating we tested our emotional and physical strength when we embarked on an adventure in Northern Spain, walking from Roncesvalles to Santiago de Compostela...
One Woman's Day · 2M ago

January 12 – 30th Wedding Anniversary Secrets

by Kali Rourke We celebrated thirty years of marriage in October 2016 and many acquaintances and friends have asked, “What’s your secret?” There are probably many that we never even think ab...
One Woman's Day · 2M ago

January 6 – The Joy of Caregiving

by Gwynn Rogers New Year’s Eve’s early morning started off with a BANG, CRASH, and THUD!  I jumped out of bed and ran around the corner of our short hall directly into the living room of our...
One Woman's Day · 2M ago

January 5 – Making Soup

by Gerry Wilson It’s the middle of the week after Christmas, the “low days,” after the children and grandchildren have come and gone, and the house no longer rings with activity. The Christm...
One Woman's Day · 2M ago

January 2 – A Very Special Lunch

by Linda Hoye January 2, 2009  My daughter is sitting up in bed, smiling and crying at the same time. There is an indescribable glow about her “Congratulations, Mommy!” I embrace her and kis...
One Woman's Day · 2M ago

December 31 – Just Me

by Lisa Bankson-Hacker I am an insomniac who often spends hours in the middle of the night worrying about things that will likely never happen. I am a woman with chubby knees and shoulders b...