Monthly Archives: August 2010

Sister Mary Emilie

Day 315: “I am a Catholic Roman (Catholic Nun) from Milwaukee now stationed in Denver. I entered the convent to care for the elderly poor in 1964. My love for the poor and elderly became strong at the age of … Continue reading

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Katie

Day 314 – Katie M. Booker, of No Limits Stickers on Alberta Street in Portland, Oregon.

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April

Day 313: “I would have to say that time in nature is the most inspiring time for me.  It’s essential to my happiness and connection to what’s most important in life … time!  Which brings me to my new experiment … Continue reading

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Michelle & Kristine

Day 312 Michelle: “What inspires me?  art. people. nature. design. weather.” Kristine: ” vocab. travel. motion. speed. change. flow. color. nature. friends. food. making obscure culture.” Michelle Quon and Kristine Elizabeth Lane photographed outside their home in the Hollywood neighborhood … Continue reading

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Heidee

Day 311: “I am inspired by people who are authentically present.  As I strive for this in my own life, it means being genuine and compassionate with others, aware of my footprint on the earth and how I fit into … Continue reading

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Heidi

Day 310: “I’m inspired by the possibility of living a passionate and balanced life.” – Heidi McBride, gallery owner and artist match-maker.

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Miss Crow Nation

Day 309

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Rhonda

Day 308: “What inspires me? My faith and my family.  I have been so blessed in my life and I recognize that I am who I am today because of the tough times that I have been through.  We are … Continue reading

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Linda

Day 307: “What inspires me: My children and my grandchildren’s future and what I can do to make their futures worthwhile, meaningful and successful.  My parents and the fact that the Crow language is their primary language and they’ve been … Continue reading

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