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Posts by Gretchen Hanna

A Friend In Need

Gretchen Hanna

Disclaimer/Warning: This is a self-reflective post, which I am sharing because I don’t think I’m alone in working out these questions and feelings. If you’re looking for answers full of wisdom and authority on the topic of friendship, I am not your girl. If, however, you’re looking for someone who is figuring out exactly what…

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Breakin’ It Down

Gretchen Hanna

Just recently, I finished my first year back as a working (outside the home) girl. I am a speech language pathologist, and last school year, I worked in a school district with kids from age two-and-a-half to 12. As I came home with boxes of colored pens, folders, and documents to shred, I found myself…

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Lean on Me

You know, experience is a funny thing. When I was young, I hardly had time for seeking those with experience – except for one thing: I loved my grandma (“Grum”) fiercely, and listened to her – in fact, I still do. Now, although I may not always have followed through on her bits of wisdom…

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Surely Make You Lose Your Mind

Life In the Fast Lane

If you are a child of the ‘70s or ‘80s, and you were allowed to listen to rock and roll music “and bad-mouth your country”, you likely have heard the song, “Life in the Fast Lane”, written by Frey, Henley, and Walsh of The Eagles. Personally, I have always enjoyed that song because of the…

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