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Mother Love and Me!

On Tuesday, February 10th, I had the great pleasure of being a guest on the popular LA Talk Radio “Mother Love Show,” hosted by well-known radio and TV personality, Jo Anne Hart, aka Mother Love (http://www.latalkradio.com/Players/Motherlove.shtml?date=February+10,+2015&file=021015, beginning at 63:20). Oh m’gosh, what a fun time we both had! And what a terrific opportunity for the two of us to talk about all things love!

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Mother Love is the real deal. Married for 43 years to her fine-looking and wonderful husband, Kennedy Rogers, she’s lived a full life, I suspect talking up a storm all the way! Full of energy, passion, humor and commitment to inspiring people to aspire to greater heights, she tells it like she sees it! Which is so refreshing!

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Pleased to Meet You!

sarahHi!  My name’s Sarah, and I’ve known Tanii since October of 2003 when we met while I was working for a home repair company.  Tanii called in to place a work order to repair a fence, and when she happened to mention that she had horses (magic word!) I basically invited myself over to meet her and the “herd.”

I’ve always had long hair, and a couple of years ago I decided to take the plunge and chop it off!  It was liberating, to say the least.

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Valentine’s Day—Again!

taniicharley_1I think there must be something inherently wrong about being a love and relationship expert and not writing a blog on Valentine’s Day! So before I get an angry email, here goes!

On Valentine’s Day 1987—two weeks before our wedding—I gave Charley a beautiful bouquet along with several large balloons, each with words of love emblazoned on it.

Charley and me on a cruise ship about 12 years ago. Not one of those 10-story hotels on the water, but a lovely and sleek ship reminiscent of bygone days.

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