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In His Own Words

My husband of fifty-two years never ceases to amaze me. Most recently, after a three-year project — on-again and off-again — he completed writing his memoirs and family history. Married at the young ages of 17 and 18, I have

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Black Travelers

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain One of my happiest childhood memories were family summer vacations.    Every year, we traveled by car from Chicago to my parents’ hometown in Coahoma, Mississippi.    Members of our closely-knit extended

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Elene Sallinger

Vocabulary vixen, author, writer

Butter My Butt and Call Me a Biscuit!

Dispatch From Second Base

About breast cancer, gratitude, humor and life

The Year of Living Non-Judgmentally

A fine WordPress.com site

One Wig Stand: Breast Cancer Awareness and Support

Breast Cancer Awareness and Support

The Momo Blog

Breast Cancer - it's amazing what you can get use to

the big scary 'C' word

Taking breast cancer by the balls, beating it to a pulp and leaving it cowering in the corner

Entering a World of Pink

a male breast cancer blog

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