Monthly Archives: November 2013

We All Need Some Donna (Summer) in Our Lives

While I was outside walking the Pug, and cursing about the cold, I remember how much I loved days like this while I was growing up on Cape Cod. Aside from the insanity that children suffer from for not knowing … Continue reading

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Power to the Freaky People – and Our Leader, Michael Franti

I’ve been weird and freaky all my life – African American growing up in the suburbs with a white family who watched opera on PBS (I also have favorite Julia Childs’ episodes). Yet I was a 4-sport student athlete who … Continue reading

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