Tag Archives: Friends and Foes are Welcome Here

“Friends and Foes Are Welcome Here” Hangs in My East Point Office

I cannot be happy in a work place until I hang a quilt. It was a tough decision, but I finally decided that Friends and Foes are Welcome Here would hang in my East Point office.

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Would You Act Like That in Front of Your Grandmother?

Often my professional life and my quilt life intersect. Three of my quilts are part of my presentation to local governments entitled Would You Act Like That in Front of Your Grandmother? The three quilts are Fulton County Attorneys, Friends … Continue reading

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Community Yard Sale Saturday

My subdivision Regency Hills is having a community yard sale Saturday, October 17, 2009 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The subdivision is located at the intersection of New Hope Road and Boat Rock Road in Atlanta. If you are a … Continue reading

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In Mediation, Friends and Foes are Welcome.

An advocate takes one point of view and argues it to the death. A mediator, on the otherhand, must understand and  appreciate all points of view.  Then she must use that understanding  and appreciation to persuade. In the world of conflicts, … Continue reading

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