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8 Lessons From My Dad

Earlier this week, I had the honor and privilege of speaking at kickoff night of San Diego Women’s Week. It was such a special night for me and it excited and ignited me in ways I didn’t know were possible.

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Support the Loren Nancarrow Healing Garden at Scripps

Hi Friends and Family, Please join us in our support of a rooftop healing garden at the Scripps Radiation Treatment Center. With your help, we’ll be able to raise enough funds to name the garden “The Loren Nancarrow Healing Garden”

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The Pinball

Central Oregon Waldport, 100 miles North of Coos Bay. I’ve learned what it’s like to be an inanimate object recently — specifically, a pinball. I awoke in the middle of the night and discovered the right side of my body

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Girl Talk

***CLICK PLAY BELOW TO HEAR LOREN READ ALONG*** BREAKING NEWS: I’ve become a chick. Please excuse the un-evolved reference but seriously, I need some man time. I need some knuckle bumping, beer guzzling, sports watching man time. I worked on a news

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Ranch & Coast Magazine Interview

A couple weeks ago I sat down with Ranch & Coast editor-at-large, former anchorwoman and coworker, Andrea Naversen. You can check out her article on The Nancarrow Project in this month’s issue of Ranch & Coast Magazine by clicking here. (Hint: Page 70) Thanks

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More Tomorrows Like Yesterday

 ***Click Play Below to Hear Loren’s Voice*** I tied my shoes this morning—and I’m typing about it with my own hands. Rode my bike to the coffee shop too. Small tasks for some, major feats for me. I guess I’ve

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The Kelp Forest Suite

 ***Click Play Below to Hear Loren’s Voice*** This walking a line between living and dying continues to make me question my own depth. I’m in my late fifties and I’ve never really considered death before. I’ve got a lot of

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