“Teach a highly educated person that it is not a disgrace to fail and that he must analyze every failure in order to find its cause. He must learn how to fail intelligently, for failing is one of the greatest arts in the world.”
— Charles F. Kettering
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Jean Warner says
Hi, Becky. I was looking for your email address today and couldn’t find it… so I Googled you and voila!
Email me so I have your address.
I want to tell you about my new website and see if I can get a few women in Western Oklahoma to feed me some information for it. It is http://oklahomawomensnetwork.com but be gentle cause it is just a week or so old! I see you go to Africa. I have been to Kenya twice and will probably return next January. I am building a children’s library in Meru for deaf children. Read about it at Come2Kenya.blogspot.com. Well, sorry to use your blog this way. Feel free to delete this “comment”. Best regards,
Jean Warner, Oklahoma City
Becky McCray says
Glad you found me! I’ll email you today!