Monthly Archives: January 2012

Generations of Generosity

My mom posted on her Facebook yesterday, “Going to see Molly….in other words…Molly needs groceries.”  I wish that I could disagree; but I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that there is some truth to that status update.  There are … Continue reading

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Alligator Pears

Can you spot the avocado? Neither could he. But he loved it anyway. Weston doesn’t like avocados but he likes guacamole.  This is a concept that’s similar to someone liking hotdog buns but not liking the ones that hold a … Continue reading

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A New Years Resolution; For and From Someone Who Doesn’t Do Them

When I was first invited to write LOOP’s New Years blog post, I immediately started brainstorming.  I couldn’t resist all of the overused and cliché New Years themes that flooded my mind.  These themes involve resolutions, new beginnings, and promises … Continue reading

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