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by Sue Miyamoto During these difficult times, please consider volunteering at Aunt Dot’s Place, if you are working from home, and can spare some time. A lot of Aunt Dot’s volunteers are senior citizens who may need to stay home for health reasons. If you are younger and at less risk, and have some time...
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by Sue Miyamoto Little steps in the right direction will get you where you want to go. You may not have time to volunteer or much money to give, but small acts of kindness add up. For example, we are out of condiments at Aunt Dot’s Place. We need salt and pepper, ketchup and mustard,...
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02
Mar
by Sue Miyamoto I woke up today thinking about courage. A long time ago, I read that the “white belt”, the beginner’s belt in martial arts, could be thought of as a symbol of courage because it takes courage to start something new, to be a beginner, to risk criticism or failure. It also takes...
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by Sue Miyamoto Aunt Dot’s Place is gearing up for our wonderful yearly online auction. Right now we are gathering items for the auction from businesses and individuals. What a great way for your company to give back to the community by donating an item for people to bid on. Companies or individuals can donate...
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31
Jan
By Sue Miyamoto Grief is the response to the loss of someone or something. Recently, a woman stopped by Aunt Dot’s Place and made a donation of four bags of dog food and about a dozen bags of dog treats. Two people that she knew through dog agility had recently lost their dogs. She donated...
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