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Pamela Picard
Excellence. Aesthetics. Results
Excellence. Aesthetics. Results

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To Cookie Too Late Because Death Doesn't Wait
Well, girlfriend. You sure pulled a fast one on us, your lifelong friends from Sulphur, LA. We knew you were managing a liver disease, but you were so successful living with it so many years that we couldn't believe it would bring you down. And we're still ...

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2017 Stitching: Picture Window on a Spring Garden
Inspired by Kaffe Fassett Flower Power. Prints by Kaffe Fassett, Brandon Mably and Philip Jacobs - The Kaffe Fassett Collective

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I married my long-time companion yesterday. We've known each other since we were 14, had a 40- year "whirlwind" romance and 30 hours of phone foreplay before he moved into my home in Galena, IL. We relocated to Texas in 1999 and lived together ever since. I...

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Dying by Degrees
"The Dream" - Henri Rousseau 1910 Living with cancer is dying by degrees. Patients at peace with their situation and grateful for each day, not filled with anxiety, doubt and fear, always fare best. Supportive family and friends can make a huge difference i...

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Air - Erin Hanson
No. 61 (Rust and Blue) - Mark Rothko 1953 "You think you can define me, That I'm a tick in just one box, Like my being is a door, That a single key unlocks. But let me tell you something, I have the universe inside, I hold an untamed ocean, With a constant ...

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See Me, Feel Me - The Who Live at Woodstock 1969
In 1969, Pete Townshend and The Who delivered the first rock opera live at Woodstock. " Tommy " was the first full-length cohesive work that could be compared to the classics. The central character is Tommy himself. Born during the First World War, he becom...

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See Me. Feel Me.
"See me, feel me, touch me, heal me." ~From the rock opera, Tommy, by The Who. 1969 The cancer antigens in my blood are trending higher. After two years of stability, my disease is progressing. HERS2 positive breast cancer tends to spread to liver, bones an...

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Astrocast: Slow and steady wins the race
Weekly forecast: Finding the self in the thick of unresolvable dilemmas, irreversible
choices and confounding complexities everywhere you look. Seeming to be
the victim or product of contexts and combinations which breeds
fragmentation and nowhere to go....

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The Lure of the Geographic Cure
Stuart and I have been playing "when we win the lottery." Living in a fantasy seems far preferable to accepting reality. He is disabled. I have cancer. Between us, we have SSA stipends totaling a couple grand a month. We afford our current home by virtue of...

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Once in a Lifetime - Talking Heads
And you may find yourself Living in a shotgun shack And you may find yourself In another part of the world And you may find yourself Behind the wheel of a large automobile And you may find yourself in a beautiful house With a beautiful wife And you may ask ...
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