Monthly Archives: May 2019

Remembering the Fallen this Memorial Day

I Came To Visit You Today I came to visit you today To place this flag next to your grave. The sacrifices you have made Will forever be indebted this day. I came to visit you today To place this flag next to your grave. It doesn’t matter if you fought or not ‘Cause with […]

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Is It Time To Hit the “Reset” Button?

Is there any damaged relationship that is irrepairable? Maybe, especially if trust has been lost. But in many circumstances the answer is, “No…it can be repaired”. This is especially true when it come to advocacy. Once a legislative session is completed, I always advise my clients to spend time reflecting on their successes and failures, […]

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The Stream that Becomes the Waterfall

Two years ago, my husband and I spent some time in the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains in north Georgia. During our stay we discovered this amazing hiking trail leading up to the Amicalola Falls. It is the tallest waterfall in the southeastern United States at 729 feet, with over 600 steps leading to the top! […]

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