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by beauty | August 4, 2008 at 5:44 PM
The story Of My Life
It's nice to be part of PulseWire.I would like to greet you and continue with the communication that we have started today.I hope this is the beginning of better things to come through sharing in times of trouble or happiness.
Welcome to PulseWire—it is so exciting to see your voice on the site! I'd love to know about what the Women's Coalition of Zimbabwe and the work you do!
I look forward to connecting on PulseWire!
You must have registered just as I left with Shawn and Jonah. Maybe you saw the 7-month old luvin' on everyone?
If you get a moment, I hope you will come back by the World Pulse Media Lab in the WNZ so we can get acquainted. Plus, I'd love to take your picture for your profile!
It is so good to see you on PulseWire!! Everytime I come to PulseWire, I'm so impressed and inspired by wonderful people like you. Hope we can share and start solving problems step by step.
So amazing to hear your voice. I know you must have traveled a long way - across many difficult roads to find yourself here. Well, we are embracing you. I look forward to listening and learning about your visions for an Aids free world, and all the other dreams in your heart.
How is your work in Zimbabwe? Do you feel that the AIDS conference had much impact on your thinking and work when you returned home? I noticed that some of the challenges you wrote about on your profile was financing and resources. Is there any specific thing you need? Hope you are doing well!
Welcome to the community of people who care. I correspond regularly with a United Methodist missionary in Kinshasa, who is from Zimbabwe. Her family is still in Zimbabwe and I've been praying for them and everyone there. Is there anything we can do to help? I am dedicated to helping women and girls and those with HIV.
peace and safety,
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