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Lessons from My Father(s)

My father Kova Meredith Today is Father's Day. It's  a time when those who have one remember and (ideally) honor their fathers, those who had one remember their fathers, and those who had none mourn their losses. In my work with juvenile delinquents, it's common to...

A few of my favorite blogs

This week, I'm a bundle of nerves.  I don't know if it's information overload about all that is wrong with the world today, upcoming travels, or just too much caffeine. What I do know is there are certain blog links I read that help pacify, even inspire me. Below are...

Web of Friendship

Editor’s note: The connections I've maintained with my childhood friends taught me how a lot about how family could be, and equipped me to find my missing family. I met Susan Sommer when we were in grade school, and am so pleased to have her as my first guest blogger....

Celebrating a Gift

Today is cause for a celebration. Exactly twenty three years ago, after nearly 70 hours of labor, my youngest daughter Meredith was born. At home.  The only attendants were her toddler-sister and her alarmed father.   The midwife set to deliver her had left to...

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