Blog Talk Radio! Tonight! EL Farris Author of Ripple 6pm PST

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Ex-lawyer E.L. Farris is a born-again, marathon-running married mother of three who resides in Northern Virginia. <—That’s what it says on the back of her Novel Ripple.

What else? She talks a lot, writes a lot. She adores her husband and children. What else? She is a runner since the age of 14. and has been running ever since. Whenever she stops running….. Well we caught up with her to find out!

Annie O’Sullivan and Kelly Behr have candid conversations concerning the past and much more importantly the future.  Our guest have walked your road and come out the other side.

Working to INSPIRE, ENCOURAGE, EDUCATE, AND MENTOR FOR A BETTER TODAY AND TOMORROW!

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The Giving Tree: A Picture Of Abuse

A Cry For Justice

I was just reminded of the book “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein. It’s a book from my childhood often lifted up as a book about true giving, teaching children to be selfless. If you are unfamiliar with the plot, this is what the wikipedia entry has to say:

The book follows the lives of a female apple tree and a male human who are able to communicate with each other; the tree addresses the human as “Boy” his entire life. In his childhood, the boy enjoys playing with the tree, climbing her trunk, swinging from her branches, and eating her apples. However, as time passes he starts to make requests of the tree.

After entering adolescence, the boy wants money; the tree suggests that he pick and sell her apples, which he does. After reaching adulthood, the boy wants a house; the tree suggests he cut her branches to build a…

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