Marian McPartland

Marian McPartland

Marian McPartland was born as Margaret Marian Turner in Windsor, England on March 20, 1918. She is a jazz pianist, composer, writer, and was the host of Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz on National Public Radio until she stepped down on November 10, 2011. She has won many awards and received several honorary degrees over the years.

Marian McPartland at Wikipedia.

Marian McPartland at NPR.

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  1. I would think that chidfree meant you had no cedhirln, not that you didn’t want them, just from a grammatical standpoint if nothing else. Are you really so perfect that you’ve never made a decision based on your situation at the time and the facts you had on hand, only to change your mind later on when your situation changed or you learned knew facts?The decision to have or not have cedhirln is a very emotional one. It’s not unusual for a person to feel that they didn’t want them at one point in their lives and then change their minds later on due to any number of reasons, including realizing that you’re approaching a time when you won’t be able to have them anymore. We also have a biological desire to procreate that’s kind of hardwired into us and is very difficult to overcome. I think you need to practice more compassion and understanding for others and realize that changing your mind doesn’t always mean that you lied, to yourself or anyone else, it just means you changed your mind.

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