About me

I am a 60-something feminist with opinions on nearly everything!  My main passions are my granddaughters Lily and Olivia, connecting children with books and reading, and playing in the soil.  I have just joined Close To My Heart as an Independent Consultant, after 10 years with Creative Memories.  I love telling family stories, and helping others to share theirs. I don’t have all the answers — I don’t even know all the questions — but I have a lifetime of ideas and random thoughts to share.  I hope you enjoy my insights.

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33 thoughts on “About me”

  1. Lucinda Warren said:

    Yes Yes Yes!

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  2. Melody Kay Larkin said:

    Looking forward to reading your writings!

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  3. Just found your delightful blog today. I was born and raised in Visalia and know exactly where your parents were married. Your post about the wedding using vintage buttons was wonderful and intriguing. Looking forward to reading more about your joys of being a grandmother cause that is what makes my little world spin too. Have a blessed thanksgiving.
    Blessings from Arizona,
    Dorothy

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  4. Happy blogging and all the best to you!

    Do have a wonderful weekend ahead, always~ Cheers!! 😀

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  5. Hi Momfawn, Thank you for your openness. I am now following your blog. Please feel free to follow mine. I am also providing my email address. You will find out that I am very much a realist. If you should send an email to me, please know that I protect all names and email addresses. Please have a blessed day. EB John 17:3
    equippingthesaints@outlook.com
    http://cchurchchurchblog.wordpress.com/
    http://gravatar.com/cchurchchurchblog

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  6. Thank you for following me at Triggershorse. I am heading to your blog now…thanks for sharing. – Fawn

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  7. Thank you. Please have a blessed day.
    EB@ETS

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  8. Thanks for visiting http://gottafindahome.wordpress.com I also have a granddaughter named Olivia. She will be three years old tomorrow. I also have another named Brooklyn, who is eighteen months. I look forward to reading your posts. ~ Dennis

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    • The Olivias of the world are a special bunch! Our Olivia was three in May…she definitely lights up any room she enters. There is nothing more wonderful than being a grandparent — enjoy! – Fawn

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  9. Hi! I nominated you for a “Being a Light in the World Award”
    You can read about this award here: http://melsj.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/first-blog-honor-light-love-hope-and-peace/

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  10. Hi,
    I just discovered your blog. I’m completely charmed.
    Leslie

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  11. thanks for your support Fawn, it mans a lot!
    be well

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  12. this is such a wonderful blog. i wanted to thank you for following http://www.theblogthatgotviral.wordpress.com

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  13. We are impressed with you writing and determination to support feminist movement.

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  14. I have no problems with the term “feminist”. In fact I’m a firm believer that you can’t love anyone unless you first love yourself. Young need a strong inspirational force in their life in order to believe they’re important, they mater. Keep up the good fight.

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  15. Hello! I’ve decided to read and follow 15 interesting and new blogs a day every day for the first month of 2015, and yours is today’s #4! Feel free to come visit me when you can at http://www.thatssojacob.wordpress.com, and follow if you like what you read. Happy new year and happy blogging!

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  16. Arts & Rhymes said:

    Fawn, I am looking forward to reading your blog! Thanks for visiting Arts & Rhymes! 🙂

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  17. I too am a feminist with opinions on everything (and I’m quite willing to share those opinions with anyone who’s willing to listen. 🙂 I’m looking forward to browsing around here in your world and invite you to take a stroll through mine; hopefully you’ll find something that will catch your eye

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  18. belindacrane said:

    “I don’t have all the answers — I don’t even know all the questions” … love this! 🙂

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