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Judy H.Wright aka Auntie Artichoke
Beautiful Missoula, Montana USA
Interests: sharing a message of hope, kindness and respect for all. i am a messenger who works one-on-one or with organizations globally. loves to visit with family and friends. sunday aft
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Hello from beautiful Montana, I am grateful that there are people like you to guide and support us as we walk our life's journey. I am also grateful for those caring adults who are modeling and teaching the children in their circle to have love and respect for all. Thank you for all you do. Judy Helm Wright
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2010 on Day Now - Thank YOU! at WorldGratitude
Hello from beautiful Montana, I am so proud of the work you have done to help the global world to remember gratitude. Thanks for your efforts. I am trying to build a tribe of kind, thoughtful people who want respect for all at http://www.cyberbullyinghelp.com It would be an honor to be linked to you. jhw
Toggle Commented Oct 11, 2010 on Day 34 - HELLO HALO at WorldGratitude
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Mar 15, 2010
Hello from beautiful Montana: What fun. Even though I can't be there in person, I will certainly be there in spirit. I have just returned from speaking at an early education conference for teachers and child care providers as well as parents. Our children are in good hands. Thanks for all you do to support and educate the people who are working with our future- the children. Judy H. Wright aka Auntie Artichoke, family relationship coach and author Http://www.ArtichokePress.com
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I collect mother and child art. Probably because I work with families and early education. I also have a collection of artichoke art and stuff. That is because my logo is the artichoke - finding the heart of the story in the journey of life. Check out http://www.ArtichokePress.com to find out why a white writer from Montana has been given the honorary title of Auntie Artichoke.
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Hello from beautiful Montana: I just returned from addressing a group of day care providers and early education teachers. What angels they are and how pleased I am that our children are in good hands. I told them and you that we can have a job (paycheck) a career (some security) or a calling. A calling is divinely inspired and we would do it even if we got no pay. My calling is to share a message of mutual respect, kindness and understanding for all. It is wonderful to be in a position to share that message with a global audience. The message is shared through books, articles, teleclasses and in person training. I am simply the messenger but am excited to see how many spirited women resonate with the message. Thank you for your important work, Judy H. Wright aka Auntie Artichoke, family relationship coach and author http://www.ArtichokePress.com
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Hello from beautiful Montana. Of our six adult children and their families, only one is active in a denomination and attends church each Sunday. My husband and I have changed religions to a more inclusive one. Thanks for sharing this subject. Judy H. Wright aka Auntie Artichoke, family relationship coach and author http://www.ArtichokePress.com
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