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Teens by Amber Yates

Teens by Amber Yates

I was told when I first had a daughter that as soon as she turned 13 she would turn on me and be the most difficult person to deal with. She would hate me and everything I have ever said. I have watched...
Published on: Mar 12 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Yet she smiles by Jason Wall

Yet she smiles by Jason Wall

I don’t know her name. She lives in the city of Soroti in Uganda. Her happy face seems out of place in a country so poor. She is probably no older than five or six, and in a country where wives...
Published on: Mar 05 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Little Things by Jori Butler

Little Things by Jori Butler

It’s the little things in life that continue to amaze me. One of those little things is my almost four-year-old stepdaughter. Her grasp on this world and her relationship with everything in it are...
Published on: Jan 16 2004
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Sometimes I can be beautiful by Desert Flower

Sometimes I can be beautiful by Desert Flower

Have you ever been asked to describe yourself? A million thoughts run through my head. A million imperfections, lines, figures and numbers. It’s amazing the way the mind of a woman can work. I have...
Published on: Aug 16 2003
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Knowing Khyber by Kate

Knowing Khyber by Kate

I am not a “dog person.” I grew up with dogs, but I have always considered myself more of a cat lover. There’s one dog, however, who was special enough to make me reconsider my position in the cat/dog...
Published on: Aug 06 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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