Tag Archives: Peace

Melissa Etheridge

Taking a break we went to Melissa Etheridge’s concert tonight. Fabulously energizing and uplifting, fun too! Sat next to a dynamic high school English teacher who knew all the lyrics of her classic songs (we didn’t). Melissa’s surprise guest was … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year!! On a quick trip to the grocery store, I spotted this particularly relevant wreath (one of four identical ones) hanging outside the front window of a pizza store.  My granddaughter Sophie loves peace symbols so I took … Continue reading

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Peace Activist

Worried about a nuclear war in 1982, 10-year-old Samantha Smith wrote a letter to Yuri Andropov, the leader of the Soviet Union.  In a personal response to Smith, Andropov reassured her and invited her and her parents to visit. Her … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

I cut and pasted this from the National Women’s History Project. For more information, check out: www.nwhp.org History of Mother’s Day Given the following possibilities, how many of us could pick the right answer? Mother’s Day began:

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