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My Passion for Adoption

My Passion for Adoption by Beth Kozan After a 30-year career in adoptions, I was interviewed for a job to become the director of adoptions where I worked. I was asked if I wanted to go further up the chain … Continue reading

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More Tales from the Tailgate

More Tales from the Tailgate by Beth Kozan Last month for my blog piece (published on the 3rd of June 2016), I wrote about the baby who was born in my Subaru on the way to the hospital. I ended … Continue reading

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Tales from the Tailgate

Tales from the Tailgate by Beth Kozan  As I prepared last week to sell my 2006 Subaru Forester (Mileage: 148,268) I thought back over how much that Subaru has meant to me in my career in adoption. Put down the … Continue reading

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Life Intervened

Life Intervened by Beth Kozan I’m writing this on Sunday evening, January 31. The previously silent house where I would write this blog piece is suddenly active. A rain storm blew in, and the windows howled in reaction to the … Continue reading

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“There Are No Accidents” – Another Title that Meant a Lot to Me

“There Are No Accidents” – Another Title that Meant a Lot to Me by Beth Kozan This is Amazon’s synopsis of There Are No Accidents. I didn’t know it when I read it (and author Robert H. Hopcke still doesn’t), … Continue reading

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First Mother’s Day

First Mother’s Day by Beth Kozan  Mommy, what was it like the day I was born? Oh, little one, the sun was shining and oleanders were in bloom. The world was crisp and new. Mommy, what was it like on … Continue reading

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Are You a Fanatical Reviser?

Are You a Fanatical Reviser? by Beth Kozan Often as I drive around town, I listen to NPR on my car radio. During a recent episode of “All Things Considered,” I caught an interview with Thomas McGuane, a Montana author, … Continue reading

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