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If there’s one enduring lesson of the Great Recession of the last decade, it is how important we are to each other. A community is like a ship at sea; in the stormiest economic times, we can count only on each other to get through it. We sail or sink together.
Community Events, December 2015
This weekend I danced in the local Dancing for the Stars charity event. My husband, who was in the audience with my three sons, didn't bring flowers, and it sort of made me fall in love with him all over again. No, you didn't read that incorrectly.
There are two types of kids: those who eagerly rip out each loose tooth, even before its time, and those who let loose teeth live in their mouth until the skin attaching them to the gums mostly shrivels up. The crown is left spinning on its axis with each thrust of the tongue or even the slightest breath, and every father everywhere is compelled to ask, "Want me to tie a string around that thing?"