Robin Mohr
  • Female
  • San Francisco, CA
  • United States
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Robin M.

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About Me

40-something mother of two boys, happily married to Chris Mohr.  I like swimming, singing and chocolate chip cookies.

In June 2011, I became the Executive Secretary of the Friends World Committee for Consultation Section of the Americas (the association of Quaker meetings from Alaska to Bolivia). I am also a member of Quakers Uniting in Publications (QUIP) and the Wider Quaker Fellowship.

My blog is "What Canst Thou Say?", a relatively low- tech, Green, feminist, convergent Quaker blog. With lots of references to children and the occasional pie recipe. And a Christian conversion story, now in progress.

Many years ago I was a member of the international volunteer corps of the Fourth World Movement in New York and D.C.

 

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At 1:57pm on 3rd mo. 25, 2011, paz said…

Hay cosas muy interesantes aqui! espero encontrar algo tambien en español, que bueno que mucho Amigos esten conectados de esta forma.

At 12:19am on 2nd mo. 2, 2011, Martin Kelley said…
Aww, are we feeling nostalgic? :) Here's to another 6 years!
At 8:20am on 6th mo. 25, 2009, Heather Cawte said…
Thanks, Robin - I shall do that with pleasure!
At 12:29pm on 6th mo. 22, 2009, Heather Cawte said…
Hi, Robin. I edit the Newsletter for Durham Meeting in the north of England, and every month I feature a blog post from a Quaker blog which has made me think. I'd love to include your Robinopedia: Convergent Friends post, as not many of my Meeting seem to know much about the conversation yet. Of course I would credit you, and give a link to your blog (and probably to QuakerQuaker, too).

Would that be OK? In Friendship, Heather
At 6:16pm on 4th mo. 12, 2009, Helen Haug said…
OK, so I finally signed up as a member. Just had to put my 2 cents in on collars.
 
 
 

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