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THANKFUL GIVING

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Thankful giving day 2020. This year, we all experienced an unexpected speed bump. We have survived loss, sickness, loss of jobs, and loss of income- but we have also secured memories with loved ones, friends, and family that will never come again. I call this a thankful giving for we are so thankful to be able to give the gift of love, appreciation, and kindness to ourselves and others. I spent a portion of my…

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NEW YORK STATE OF MIND

NEW YORK STATE OF MIND
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NEW YORK STATE OF MIND: NEW YORK CITY is opening PHASE TWO on MONDAY JUNE 22,2020. I’m nervous and Ill tell you why. My daughter Teddy and I flew back to NYC on Sunday, and its been a very interesting on boarding. I thought NYC was going to be a dark and scary place, and it ended up being warm, sunny,and quiet. It felt more like a holiday weekend, then it did anything else. Yes,…

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How to Support Black Lives Matter and Bring Justice to George Floyd’s Death

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The time is now for making a change. There is something everyone can do, actions can be taken anywhere big or small, as long as we are moving forward. Here is a Town & Country article I found helpful that is a collection of social justice organizations we should all be supporting now. Black lives always matter. https://www.townandcountrymag.com/society/money-and-power/g32730417/george-floyd-blm-how-to-donate-help/

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FIVE THINGS YOU DONT KNOW about ME.

FIVE THINGS YOU DONT KNOW about ME.
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Music Edition What was your first-ever concert? KKB: Prince in Rockford Illinois Your all-time favorite band? KKB:James Taylor / Coldplay. I grew up in Rockford, Illinois with Cheap Trick- love Surrender Your newly-discovered band is? KKB: Neil Frances ‘Music Sounds  Better with You.’  Billie Ellish and anything that Marc Ronson produces- especially  ‘Nothing Breaks like a Heart’ with Miley Cyrus What do you listen to, to hype you up? After a big closing, a book…

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Pandemic

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By Japanese doctors treating COVID-19 cases: Part 2 on COVID-19: from one who worked in Shenzhen Hospital (Guangdong Province)  1. A runny nose and sputum-common cold  2. Coronavirus pneumonia is a dry cough-no runny nose.  3. This virus is not heat-resistant-is killed by a temperature of 26/27 degrees. It hates the Sun.  4. If someone sneezes with it, it takes about 6 feet before it drops to the ground and is no longer airborne.  5….

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