Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures

I recognize that I can tell the stories of my childhood in ways that give wings to these days. It’s my story. I can tell it any way I want. My friend, Frankie Kiehl, told me repeatedly as she lay dying of pancreatic cancer, that she had one important message to leave with me.  She…

http://startsomethingnj.risingtidecapital.org/vote_public_social_health.html#vote   That’s where you’ll go to vote for the FOOD FOR THE SOUL TRAIN project of Amy Tingle Williamson and Maya Stein.  These two wordsmiths and artists have a vintage trailer fully equipped with their inspiration to draw out the creativity of any person that comes to the door.  They are artists of the…

near Seattle, WA;  Centralia, WA or Portland, OR…..Here’s how…   Write in Radmacher on your November Calendar Womanhood Success Summit                    Give Wings to Your Dreams November 8 – 9, 2013, Friday/Saturday at the Embassy Suites SeaTac (Tukwila, Washington) This one-day event is designed to help you “Give Wings to Your Dreams.” Bring your “Someday, I’ll…”…

Yes, I grasped when the doctor assessed, “Your brother has the fastest growing cancer that we have identified to date.”  I understand the word  fast.  And fastest.  I am familiar with cancer around the edges of it.  To take those cognitive grasps and turn them into experiences has been a roller coaster ride. Yesterday I…


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mary anne radmacher

You may follow my writing life on my Author/Like page: facebook.com/MaryAnneRadmacher
Find many of the products I create in the store at: appliedinsight.net
I've been creating and contributing to the gift and publishing industry for thirty years. My work is often identified by my proprietary, dancing lettering. I am most known for my poem beginning, "Courage doesn't always roar..."I am approaching a dozen published books and continue to create, write, craft and inspire myself and others. I'm passionate about making the world a more healthy, inspired, safe place and take small actions, daily, toward that goal. I have always believed that one person can and does make a difference.

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