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“Take Care Of Each Other”

“Take care of each other.” Those were the closing words in Anne Ortegren’s suicide letter. Anne’s death came as a shock to many of us, myself included. Anne was a friend and long-time supporter of my work. She made a … Continue reading

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Coffee

I graduated with honors from an Ivy League law school, and it was largely made possible by coffee. There was a Cinnabon right around the corner, so most mornings I picked up a ginormous vat large cup to get the … Continue reading

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Adapting

I remember my mother and grandmother canning every year. My grandmother would put up jars of peach halves and applesauce, and my mother made strawberry jam. It always seemed like a silly waste of time to me, since you can … Continue reading

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