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“The spot is benign”, my friend heard, and since that moment every breath has been a gift.
It’s funny how that happens.
Ever since she got cancer and was pronounced clear after chemo, every successive checkup slowly delivered her back to…Read More »
As I write this blog, I have one eye on the Toyota next to me, to see if the lane we chose will get us there a half a second later than we could have gotten there if we picked a different lane.
(It might be good for me to…
My stepson is graduating 6th grade this week.
In a minute, he will be graduating 12th. I’ve heard how it works.The baby years crawl, the elementary years walk, and from 7th grade on, you blink your eyes and they are…
Meet LaurieHi, I used to be Laurie Polich, but now I'm Laurie Polich Short. Some of you older youth workers might remember me from my Youth Specialties speaking days. But a few things have happened since that time...I got married, became a step mom, and most recently published two books. Read more on the "About Laurie" page
All it takes us one click to get us…
Richard spent most of his 67 years of life…
What people are saying about Laurie
“Laurie exceeded all our expectations. Weeks later I still had people commenting about how much Laurie’s speaking meant to them.”
“Laurie Short is a terrific speaker, great to work with, and uniquely gifted to connect right away with adults and students. Our whole conference loved her!”