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Life Lessons From The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

Season Five, Episode 2, of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders – Making the Team favorite moment:  During the panel interviews, DCC Director Kelli Finglass, asks four cheerleader hopefuls: “Line by line, starting with you, say the national anthem…” Ms. Finglass defined ...

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One Shoe Can Change Your Life

There is just nothing long, blonde and flowing about my hair.  It’s ultra-short, brillo-like in texture, and has earned the award of ‘thickest dark hair ever’ from my veteran stylist of 20 years.  There were days in Megan’s cancer care that ...

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The Glass Ceiling

Joe Kelly, Nationally Published Writer and Advocate for Father/Daughter relationships, voted DCC Barbie the “Worst Doll of the Year” for 2009. Booo.  Hiss. I don’t recall Mr. Kelly at any of our Barbie play dates, yet he writes, “When you ...

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Wife Swap

The premier episode of Wife Swap in September of 2004 aired a few weeks after Megan’s surgery to remove her left adrenal gland.  My girl’s body still required enormous bed rest, and the new show was a respite during those ...

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The Fine Art of Timing

The box from Kelli Finglass, Director of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, arrived at the perfect time. It had been a few months since she posted to my blog, and out of nowhere on Monday, April 19 a surprise package arrived. ...

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The Making of a Cheerleader

I was the girl who never made cheerleading.  No chance.  No hope.  No way. My first cheerleading try-outs were spring of  seventh grade;  I didn’t even make the first cut with my brown horn rimmed glasses and frizzy long hair.  ...

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My Baby….She wrote me a letter…

As I approach the two-year marker since Megan’s death, life is filled filled with moments of happiness that linger more than a moment.  I am laughing again….sometimes even out loud.   I’m not really a ‘laugh out loud’ kind of girl….a ...

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