I am stealing POCA volunteer Kristie Danis’ excellent title for some reflections I’ve got. It’s been an interesting couple of weeks. As you may know, at the beginning of November a bunch of POCA Circle volunteers converged in Portland for a leadership retreat. The weekend right after that, Skip and I went to Florida to teach a workshop for some fabulous POCA clinic owners and POCA punks. Whew! November has been kind of a whirlwind, but it’s also provided a great tour of the POCA-verse. Since we got back from Florida I’ve spent a lot of time collapsed on the couch alternately staring into space and at my laptop. The bad part about this is too much glazed-over Internet time; the good part is that I noticed two other POCA members who have blogs had put up interesting posts that got me thinking. And thinking and thinking. This is a long post so maybe you want to go get a cup of tea or something.
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