My Testament

June 30, 2016 I decided to clean out some boxes in the garage, and ran across a folder of papers written during my undergraduate years at Penn State.  With a minor in Gerontology, I took a course that covered a section on “end of life” issues.  One of our assignments was to write our own obituary […]

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Forgiveness

15 June 2016 We generally think of growth spurts as a significant feature of our physical growth that occurs during adolescence and/or teenage years. Considering that I missed the physical growth spurt in my own life course, I like to think that I’ve made up for it in my personal development during  adulthood. In particular, […]

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Taking It Personally

May 29, 2016 It has been a challenging month to write for multiple reasons, but mainly because it has been difficult to accurately articulate what I want to say about this topic. Recently, I’ve been pouring over our Command Climate Survey data. In addition, as EEO Liaison over the last 6 months, I have been […]

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