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Count Down to Book Launch - 1 more day! Giving Tuesday

December 3, 2019

Good Morning!

Brrrr, it is a cold one here in central Florida!  Freezing in parts of Citrus County.

Only ONE MORE DAY to the launch of the second book, THE JOURNEY CONTINUES!





The 6th Annual Coping with Dementia Conference is January 22nd.  If you are a caregiver or know someone with dementia, this is a great resource to learn more about the illness and the resources available in Citrus County and beyond.

Launch Celebrations 



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  1. Carol Morby (Sutton)July 3, 2023 at 1:10 PM

    Loving your stories. You were in my neck of the woods. Glad you met up with Richard and Louise.

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    1. Hi Carol, I thought you were more by Washington DC. Are you in Vermont?

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