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Pamela McClard

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Love helping women live on mission and journey with them while enjoying my spouse of 20 years and motherhood to my four children in Milton.
Deep Pockets in the Deep South

Deep Pockets in the Deep South

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When we moved to the North Metro Atlanta area, I had no idea how it would impact my family, well, especially me, living in such abundance. As I looked around I was charmed by...
She Used to be Here

She Used to be Here

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She used to write me crayon scribbled notes on scraps of paper when she was upset and send them down the stairs to me in a semi-folded up paper airplane type of fold. Now...
Life's Routine Checkups

Life’s Routine Checkups

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According to Time Magazine, nearly 70% of Americans receive a routine medical checkup, while 90% of Americans believe it is important. Clearly, people value knowing how things are going. Routine checkups can be helpful...
Our Kids Stopped Being Friends, Now What?

Our Kids Stopped Being Friends, Now What?

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A few years ago I discovered one of the most awkward moments of motherhood...my friend's kid no longer wanted to be friends with my kid. Man those are some muddy waters. I still have...
Graduating with Honor

Graduating with Honor

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We got the reminder text for seniors to pick up honor cords for qualifying GPA's. I reminded my daughter to check if she qualified and then pick her's up. She qualified. We were excited,...
Non-toxic Masculinity

Non-toxic Masculinity

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Nice guys finish last. This feels true sometimes, well, honestly, most of the time. I wish I could tell my sons it wasn't so. In a world where power and position over others seem to be...
I Just Ate an Entire 9 x 13 of Brownies

I Just Ate an Entire 9 x 13 of Brownies

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She shyly giggled and shared how she once ate an entire 9 x 13 of brownies after paying her bills and feeling stressed. She sheepishly looked around the room of young moms and asked...
Name Your Year

Name Your Year

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After the first of every year, my husband and I try to encapsulate in a few words how we would describe the previous year. We do this by reflecting upon the people, blessings, challenges, milestones,...