“When you know better, you do better.”–Maya Angelou Saturday 01 January, 2011

2010 has been a trip in every sense of the word. As with 2009 we “smiled, laughed, made mistakes, networked, re-grouped, danced, wore bright colors, traveled, repeated mistakes, wrote poetry, video-chatted, got our hopes up, proof-read, got angry, read a lot, made time, received much love, learned about the Diaspora, strained our eyes, made ends meet” […]

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2010 has been a trip in every sense of the word.

As with 2009 we “smiled, laughed, made mistakes, networked, re-grouped, danced, wore bright colors, traveled, repeated mistakes, wrote poetry, video-chatted, got our hopes up, proof-read, got angry, read a lot, made time, received much love, learned about the Diaspora, strained our eyes, made ends meet” etc.

With all of its challenges, blessings and surprises (pleasant and unpleasant) 2010 has been good to us.

A year later, what I am most proud of is that we learned from these experiences.  As a force, Live Unchained is older, wiser and don’t-take-no-messier =) Now, it’s time to do better because we know better.

As we continue to take the time to listen to our readers, prepare and learn for the future of this initiative, we are confident that 2011 will not only be better, but our best year.

Thank you to everyone who supported us throughout 2010.  We appreciate all of your love.

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