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The beautiful journey of Change

by 3 June 26, 2011



Although our name proudly remains The Barber's Daughters,
you will begin to know us simply by our monogram
tbds.org

We have chosen .org to better display community.
We will still be an online store but more..

We'll share gifts, discoveries and tools of our community
from committed
people, places and projects and can assist us all to
live
the healthiest, happiest, most inspiring life we can attain.

~~~
We are tremendously honored to have Dr. Michele Chaban
write a weekly blog on Compassion in Action
for tbds
stay tuned!
~~~




sending immense gratitude for all that you are in me

G









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