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Guess Who's Back?

After 2 1/2 weeks away from computers, mobile phones and work, I am back in the zone.

Feeling refreshed and envigorated, I am ready to take the year head on!

Okay, perhaps that's a bit too much enthusiasm but speak it and it will be true.

Thinking of all those going through tragedy from the devastation in South East Asia and making a pact with myself, similar to that I made after 9/11, to always live my life the way that I want to.

Here's to another year of enjoying each day to the fullest.



We are gearing up to release our anniversary edition of Mosaic Minds. Hard to believe I have been working with so many fantastic ladies for over a year but it has certainly flown by!

We are also hoping to make it a great one and are looking for any last minute submissions. If you have an article you think would work, check out our website at:

The theme is Kindred Spirits - do you have one? do you think they're silly? did you have an imaginary friend when you were young? do you consider your family members to be your kindred spirits? do you think it's possible to have such a fantastic connection with one person? what is the difference between Kindred Spirits and Soul Mates? is there one?

That should get the juices flowing...

Please, help us to celebrate this anniversary issue and take part!


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