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She Is She Was is an online forum created to provide amazing tributes about inspirational women!  It is a place for you to share experience, strength and hope by telling us about a woman you admire.  Your tribute to her can be a full story or just a few sentences.  You can sing her praises, express your gratitude toward her or keep her memory alive here.  We are excited to hear about this special woman!

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If you are proud to be associated with her, if she motivates or positively impacts you, if you love her and you are not afraid to reveal your admiration for her to others, then post here and tell us about her! Our goal was to create a public compliment and tribute site to praise strong women. It doesn’t matter if you know/knew her intimately, casually, or not at all. Express your gratitude and share the love here.

tribute

noun 1. an act, statement, or gift that is intended to show gratitude, respect, or admiration.

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She is...

Jill

The nicest stranger in Starbucks! She was ahead of me in line. We decided to be patient with the staff because it was a busy, snowy, cold day and people were not being so nice. She [...]

Kat

She is a fun barrista who is always kind to me. She has a positive outlook for 2020. I am glad I get to see her some mornings.

Cheryl

She was kind to me in an awkward situation. She was there for me and made what could have been an unbearable funeral manageable. I needed closure and she helped me get it.

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She was...

Liz

Liz was a force of nature. She impacted everyone she met and truly made the world a better place. When she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at the age of 37, instead of asking “why [...]

Jenny

She taught me to let go of the tension and stretch beyond my comfort zone. She warned me it would be hard and I would have to get comfortable with the discomfort associated with that.  I began [...]

Nana

She was the master.  She would ask..."Do you want to make a decent Christmas cookie?" And go on to tell us we need to use margarine, not butter!  Her recipe must be shared with the world. [...]

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