Monthly Archives: November 2012

Generational Recycling

So, remember the pies I told you about last week?  Let’s start there. My mom baked a great pie.  Her crust was perfect and I cherish the memories of getting to form a little bitty jam-filled treat when she was … Continue reading

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RFK, Jr., Mother Teresa, and Pie

  When you don’t feel like doing anything, is it easier to take action when (a)  you have an unwanted obligation or (b)   you have absolutely nothing to do. Not working right now, this is the kind of profound query … Continue reading

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Growing up as one of eight children in Orchard Park, NY, in the snowbelt of Buffalo, the morning Santa left a long wooden toboggan under the tree – or, more accurately, on the floor of the living room and the … Continue reading

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