Lee Woodruff

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January 2023 Book Marks

January has always been my least favorite month; the long stretch of weeks which feels like a door stop after all that cheer and excitement of December. This holiday season was tinged with the loss of my mother, a rapid descent that stunned us in the calm and quiet that came after. She left us as she had wanted to, in her own home and on her own terms.  ...

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December 2022 Book Marks

It’s that time of year when work, time and to-do’s feel squeezed like a sponge and it all screeches to a halt with the holiday hard stop. I’ve left this December blog far too long, meaning to get back to editing it with each passing day. So without further bluster—here are some wonderful reads for warm or cold climates. And here’s to hoping you found  ...

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October-November 2022 Book Marks

November is the month we honor those who have served our country. America is stronger and better because of the young men and women who volunteer to enter the military and deploy when their nation asks. Our active duty service members and veterans have allowed the rest of us to make that choice. Each November, the Bob Woodruff Foundation holds “Stand Up  ...

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September 2022 Book Marks

I hope you’ve experienced the sensation of being engulfed by a book. It calls to you from the nightstand, or from inside your bag, practically pulsing. The story rivets your eyes to every word. As a writer, I love the unexpected moments when I’m stopped in my tracks by a sentence, marveling at the composition, the images evoked in my mind through the  ...

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August 2022 Book Marks

As I write, the rising sun is sifting through the window and onto the floorboards. The windows are wide open and the humidity has broken. In the early morning hours of a summer morning, as I pour my first cup of coffee, this is as close to joy as a person who has lived through decades of sunrises can feel. Maybe it’s more like joy mingled with complete  ...

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