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giftsblog's picture
Thursday, March 20, 2014 - 4:02pm

Often times parents share stories about when their children were born, but when an adopted son asked his mom about his birth – she didn’t have a story to tell.

That’s where we stepped in. This mother has four children and one son was adopted at the age of 2 from a foster home. Now 4-years-old, the son is curious about where he was born and what it was like. Hoping to create some memories like she had for her other children, she turned to us for help.


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Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 1:44pm

In January of this year, Terry’s House celebrated three years of serving 2,200 families from all over this great valley, state, country and world as they remained dedicated to supporting their critically ill or injured loved being treated across the street in one of Community Regional Medical Center’s critical care units.


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Monday, March 10, 2014 - 8:57am

Well, if "Little E" can do it (yesterday, March 9th) and not get too upset about it, then I shouldn't either!

It's my own darn fault for pushing the limits and trying to calculate the risk. Oh, and I passed a couple of gas stations along the way but was too much in a hurry to stop for maybe 5 minutes and at least put a few bucks in. I'm sure many can relate to the story...why do I do this? Why do I put myself in that situation? Adventurous, daring, thrill-seeking, audacious, carefree, and venturesome? Not really; just a little unwise perhaps.


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Thursday, March 6, 2014 - 4:48pm

Helen McNary, RN, MSN, was recognized at the 36th Annual Association of California Nurse Leaders (ACNL) Conference in February in Monterey.This year’s conference, “Oceans of Opportunity: The Next Wave of Nursing Leadership.” A major highlight at the conference is an annual poster session and showcase. This focuses on advances and the best possible practices in leadership, patient care, quality, and nursing practice excellence.


pbreen's picture
Thursday, March 6, 2014 - 11:56am

In February, New York Times writer Thomas Friedman wrote an article that lit up the internet almost as much as when Ellen DeGeneres took down Twitter with her Oscar Night selfie. Its title was “How to Get a Job at Google”.