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May 19, 2006


kare anderson

You are so impressively savvy and creative!

I wish I'd had a group like this when I was your age - and will look forward to watching your progress. Be delighted to give away my ebook Make Yourself Memorable to any "member" of Girls for a Change....

I grew up a stutterer and "phoebically shy" (said the high school counselor) … so became a reporter (thought interviewing others would take the attention off me) and thrived on others’ stories...

Keep up the strong sisterhood and make lifelong friends out of the ones you meet on this path... so you can tell your kids about the experience one day

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