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Wyllie Women

Cherra Wyllie, Anne Wyllie Ammendolia and Jeanne Ferraro. as young women

How to Say “Wyllie” It is no coincidence that their name is pronounced the same as ‘wily’. Wyllie women are most certainly¬†cunning, artful, crafty, and sharp. They have the determination to always succeed and the charm to win over almost

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Zombies with Baguettes: dealing with Celiac Disease at work

After nearly a year of my health getting progressively worse, I went to the doctor. A month of invasive tests with my Gastroenterologist ended with a call during work to give me a diagnosis: Sprue, aka Coeliac Disease, aka Celiac Disease. I had never heard of Celiac disease and was really scared and confused about what this all meant.

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How do you define her?

Words that we use to describe women vs. words that we describe men

One of the most challenging things when acknowledging any inequities is to balance the current situation with where we should be. In an ideal world, we would treat everyone with respect regardless of their gender, race, or physical characteristics –

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Disney Advice from a Former Cast Member

It is no secret that I’m a Disney fan and know a lot about the Walt Disney World property in Orlando, Florida. I tend to get a lot of the same questions when people are starting to plan their upcoming

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