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Al Owne in the kitchen (08/22/2012)
By Al Owne -- Things were pretty quiet in the kitchen this past week. Of course I ate out three times and fixed some prepared meals a couple of times and that helps. Oh there were the usual spills and goof ups of ... 

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Reclining (08/12/2012)
By Sarah Squires -- I am sitting right now on the end of a reclining couch, a pillow tucked under every possible inch of me, my calves squeezed into T.E.D. socks with red textured hospital booties providing the necessary ... 

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Sherwood, a cat (08/08/2012)
By Cynthya Porter -- There comes a point in every parent’s life when you realize that for however prim and proper you think you’ve raised your kids to be, there will still be times when they do obnoxiously vile things to  ... 

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Loving Winona (07/08/2012)
By Sarah Squires -- The other day I spied a photo an out-of-town friend had posted on the internet, a rosy sunset against rippling water. An L-shaped dock cast shadows across the glassy reflective pond; the sky held long ... 

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For the mentors (07/04/2012)
By Sarah Squires -- When I was in fifth grade (or so), I came home one day with an assignment: write a one-page paper about what started W.W.II.

While I realize now that the events leading up to U.S. involvement in the  ... 

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The man behind the curtain (06/27/2012)
By Cynthya Porter --

I’d like to tell you a story about John Edstrom. And my kids. And about how trampolines are stupid. And how even a book with the seemingly hardest cover can open to contain pages filled with gentle  ... 

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Learning is for life (12/14/2011)
By Sarah Squires -- Picture this: a few years back, Chris and I, along with my mom and brother, were visiting my grandma Tilly in Florida. Chris and Grandma Tilly were standing on the steps leading down to the beach as t ... 

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Thanks for every day, everyday (11/30/2011)
By Sarah Squires -- I have a friend who is constantly reminding everyone what day it is. Not like ‘Hey it’s hump day.’ More like ‘Hey, today is National Parfait Day, so stick a cherry on that,’ or ‘It’s National Clean Ou ... 

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Still me, just Mrs. (11/27/2011)
By Sarah Squires -- For being a news hound, I must confess that I have been keeping a bit of big news in the Sarah world from you.

I got married!

You might have noticed my new moniker, and it is still the Elmquist Sar ... 

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Baby, you can jump my car (10/02/2011)
By Sarah Squires -- I have anxieties about things that can kill you, or me. That sounds all too logical, but the fact is that I have to work to control fears about super duper random and unlikely things that could kill m ... 

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