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Patricia Smith Gundry
I'm a writer, blogger, email discussion owner, micro-publisher, and personal coach.
Interests: writing, blogging, publishing, cookbook collecting, coaching, websites, change techniques, email discussion lists, equality for women, nlp (neurolinguistic programming}
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You'll have to watch the video. It's amazing. What a wonderful safety advance. http://www.hovding.com/en/ Continue reading
Posted Nov 9, 2013 at Universigram
For my first non introductory post on Universigram I've chosen a delightful tongue in cheek video featuring a charming Saudi guy. As a feminist who likes to take a gentle approach to change, I particularly enjoy his. Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2013 at Universigram
Patricia Smith Gundry has shared their blog Universigram
Oct 30, 2013
I've had a difficult time coping with the effects of learning about the massacre of school children and staff at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. I'm sure I'm one of thousands if not millions of people with... Continue reading
Posted Dec 19, 2012 at Noodling
I was wondering how one might accurately describe the person and work of Rush Limbaugh. Muckraker? Yellow journalism? Yes, I think so. Character assassin? Yes. Rabblerouser? for sure. Political hatchet man? Yes, that's obvious. Then, thinking about what he does... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2012 at Noodling
Notice something strange about the Republican super conservatives' focus during their campaign? Notice that the issues are phony? Instead of real issues there is targeting of a particular group of people, namely women. This targeting of a group of people... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2012 at Noodling
I don't listen to Rush Limbaugh, don't watch him either, except when someone on TV shows a clip of his latest offensive broadcast. I don't listen or watch his shows because I find his views, how he expresses them, and... Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2012 at Noodling
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"Keep the lines of communication open." That admonition was popular several years ago, and it still shows up from time to time. What does it mean? I certainly don't know, and I doubt that anyone else does. Does it mean... Continue reading
Posted Jan 20, 2012 at marriagewire
Nicholas Kristof has an important op ed column in the New York Times on the impact reducing funding for contraception aid has on the incidence of abortion. I hope everyone interested in the issue will read it. Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2011 at What If?
I owe an apology to Malcom, a gracious and generous Englishman, who sent me another recipe for Tunis Cake. It has taken me much too long to post it here, it diappeared into my voluminous email archives. But, I've retrieved... Continue reading
Posted Oct 5, 2011 at CookBookie
Abusers like to cause trouble for their victims. Most of them have many, many ways that they do it, but tend to have a few favorites that you come to know very well. Some of their techniques are subtle, some brash and blatant. All are intended to be disruptive to the intended victim's peace of mind and body. They will do to you what you let them. Ah, but you don't let them, you say, they just haul off and do it. They sneak up on you with it. Before you know what hit you, it's Zap, Slap, Zowie, and... Continue reading
Posted May 16, 2011 at Abuse Recovery Handbook
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I've read it and heard it for almost forever, and have no idea what kind of work is involved. No one has ever told me, at least I don't remember anyone sharing that information. Is it manual labor? Or, the... Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2010 at marriagewire
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What do you think of the following statements and advice? Marriage takes work. Keep the lines of communication open. You must forgive. Put your spouse first. Never go to bed angry. Love the one you're with. Love is a choice.... Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2010 at marriagewire
A thought came to me yesterday, one of those thoughts that is coming together out of consciousness, making its way to the surface. It was about protection and what it has to do with love, or rather, what love has... Continue reading
Posted Nov 17, 2009 at Noodling
Patricia Smith Gundry is now following Andy
Sep 22, 2009
Patricia Smith Gundry has shared their blog Zondervan Family Cookbook
Sep 22, 2009
Patricia Smith Gundry has shared their blog Women Preaching
Sep 22, 2009
Patricia Smith Gundry has shared their blog Woman Be Free
Sep 22, 2009
Patricia Smith Gundry has shared their blog What If?
Sep 22, 2009
Patricia Smith Gundry has shared their blog War Against Women
Sep 22, 2009
Patricia Smith Gundry has shared their blog Tellville
Sep 22, 2009
Patricia Smith Gundry has shared their blog Telling About Abuse
Sep 22, 2009
Patricia Smith Gundry has shared their blog Sunny and Toasty
Sep 22, 2009