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In the pause: On this Mother’s Day

For mothers, grandmothers, sisters, aunts, cousins, teachers, mentors, and friends who have played an important role in the lives of children—thank you. To those who are with us, those soon-to-be, those who have passed on, and those who have lost children they love. Happy Mother’s Day to all of you. By investing time and love into a child, you have built a better world. Whenever I feel down about the state of society, I remember that those who are young now will one day be in the driver’s seat. There is always hope, there is always light, so long as we dedicate time to children and help them grow up to live the most beautiful lives they can imagine.

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Gratitude and love to @poeticbibliophile for this glowing review of my book. "Emerson Page and Where the Light Enters is beautifully written and one of the greatest page turners you could ask for...I would describe it as stardust...It isn't just for juniors. Emerson Page is a story that humankind should read." https://theloveofabibliophile.wordpress.com/2018/01/14/emerson-page-where-the-light-enters-by-christa-avampato/

Buy the book on @Amazon, @barnesandnoble, and bookstores everywhere. Https://emersonpage.com/shop

And thanks to @ekate_photography and @lbarrybooks for this beautiful photo.

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  • Ringing in the holidays with DC's Food & Friends May 17, 2017
    Check out my uplifting podcast episode featuring Food & Friends, one of my favorite organizations in D.C. Please feel free to spread this good news far and wide! Food & Friends provides one million specialized nutritious meals a year in the greater D.C. area to individuals and families who are undergoing treatment for HIV / AIDS and cancer, and those […]
  • Interview with DC's Capital Area Food Bank May 17, 2017
    The Capital Area Food Bank supports 444 food-based organizations in the D.C. area who in turn help hundreds of thousands of our neighbors every year who face food insecurity on a daily basis. It’s an inspiring story about food as a social justice issue, the fight to end hunger, and our ability to help our city grow stronger and healthier together.
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