Category Archives: Women on the Verge

She Doesn’t Know She Can Fly

(This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) I’m going to start out, Gentle Reader, with an outlandish proclamation in which I hope you’ll indulge me: Cats can fly. … Continue reading

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I Just Saw a Face

(This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) I, me, mine….  Recently my mother-in-law gave me a photograph she’d come across that had been taken at a wedding we … Continue reading

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Looking At My Future From Today

(This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) The last hour of this year that finds me contemplating my future self…    In 2020, Gina will be a woman … Continue reading

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…And I Am an Analytical Girl

(This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) “Analytical.” “What does that mean?” I asked. “It means you think about things deeply and try to figure things out,” Mom … Continue reading

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My Hair, My Self: A Lesson in Self-Love

or Dr Strangelove: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Hair (This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) The Women on the Verge experience is … Continue reading

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