Monthly Archives: September 2010

Judge Schreier

Day 345: “The reason I wanted to be become a judge is because when I began practicing law, there were very few female judges in South Dakota. There were no female judges on the South Dakota Supreme Court or on … Continue reading

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Happy Jig

Day 344: Silly, groovy, POP! Motion improvisation Is a happy jig.

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Joanna

Day 343: On Saturday, my friend Joanna married her partner, Jason, in Leesburg, Virginia.  She was a princess, a shining star, the picture of elegance.  Weddings inspire me to dream and to hope for happiness and celebration in life.  I … Continue reading

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Karen

Day 342: “You ask what inspires me: The opportunity to wake up every morning and have yet another chance to grow and try to be the best me I can be. When I was younger I remember always wishing I … Continue reading

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Abby

Day 341: “Meeting new people, particularly those who have different ways of looking at the world, is always refreshing.  They bring new ideas that challenge my world view.” Abigail Burrows, a friend from Syracuse University who I met through the … Continue reading

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Allison

Day 340: “I love being on the water, river water, but I’ll take a trail run or a morning bike ride for inspiration – whatever I can get in the city.” – Allison Forbes, a friend from Washington, D.C., photographed … Continue reading

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Angela

Day 339: “Why do I teach?  Teaching is an amazing opportunity to inform the new generation, to help them master the difficult concepts of physics and engineering.  To help them become logical thinkers and problem solvers where we can all … Continue reading

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In search of …

Day 338: Tonight, my best friend Kyla and I walked around her neighborhood in Washington, D.C. in search of an amazing woman to photograph.  First, we recognized the lady who owned the local coffee shop as she sat outside a … Continue reading

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Melanie

Day 337: “When I first encountered this observation, it did not so much inspire me as confirm a path I thought I had already glimpsed, behind me and ahead of me. The quote is taken from the French author Albert … Continue reading

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