Kids see the world in a way that adults don’t, so glimpsing life through a child’s eyes offers a fresh—and often funny—perspective.
Kids encourage us to be open-minded: "There are a lot of different ways to get to the top of the jungle gym." To be fearless: "Jump right in or you may change your mind about swimming." To aim high: "Even babies grab for things just beyond their reach." To be kind to yourself: "Sometimes you need a Saturday on a Wednesday." To follow your own path: "If the flowers you draw don’t look like anyone else’s, that’s good." And to stay young: "Go barefoot!
We discuss how an older women's attitude to dating (partially shaped by the Women's Liberation Movement) can be based on a dynamic that sets men and women up as competitors.
10 Elizabeth E Copeland 8 Shepherd N Copeland 6 Joseph R Copeland 5 Charlotte P Copeland 5 Anne E Copeland 4 Ellan V Copeland 1 10/12 Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Scottsville, Albemarle, Virginia; Roll T624_1620; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 14; Image: 108 1920 United States Federal Census about Emery Copeland Name: Emery Copeland Home in 1920: Philadelphia Ward 30, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Age: 22 Estimated birth year: abt 1898 Birthplace: Virginia Relation to Head of House: Lodger Father's Birth Place: Virginia Mother's Birth Place: Virginia Marital Status: Single Race: Black Sex: Male Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Husey Jackson 35 Sarah Jackson 35 Emery Copeland 22 Samuel Taylor 23 Charles Lee 22 Lucy Weaver 45 Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Philadelphia Ward 30, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Roll T625_1634; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 989; Image: 947.
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about Emory Lewis Copeland Name: Emory Lewis Copeland County: Albemarle State: Virginia Birthplace: Virginia; United States of America Birth Date: Race: African (Black) FHL Roll Number: 1984204 Draft Board: 0 U.
In addition, two key individuals on Lewis' staff (Letitia White and Jeff Shockey) went to work for Copeland Lowery, earning millions of dollars for themselves; Richard White, Letitia's husband, has seen a steep increase in his income since he switched to being a lobbyist for defense firms; Lewis' stepdaughter has benefited from his ties to the lobbyists; and Jeff Shockey, upon returning to work of Lewis in 2005, was paid two million dollars by Copeland Lowery as "severance", based upon projected revenues of the lobbying firm for the eleven months reported that the City of Redlands, California and San Bernardino County, California, both clients of Lowery's law firm, had been subpoenaed in the federal investigation into possible lobbying and earmarking abuses by Lowery's firm and Lewis.
On June 28, 2006, an official of ESRI said that the company had also received a federal subpoena as part the ongoing investigation into the ties between Lewis and Copeland Lowery.
She also give tips and advice on how to find the best free online dating sites and offers great guidance on the common mistakes women over 50 often make when dating online.