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by eli soto

I keep a leather bound journal that I intend to fill with wisdom I want to pass to my son.  When he is 18, this will be a multi-year gift that I hope he takes with him on his own journey through life.  Hopefully, in the time between now and then I can plant the...

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by adam wojcik

My two-year old son, Decker, watches the world around him, intently.  The constant challenge of keeping up with his six-year old brother, Cooper, helps drive him to try new things, ask good questions, and generally seem way more grown up than his brother was at this age.  Decker’s developed this funny way of asking the...

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by cheri ruane

No Owners Manual I remember leaving Brigham & Women’s Hospital crying in the elevator down to the car. “I don’t know what I’m doing!” I said to the nurse, tears streaming down my face. “You’ll be fine, we all figure it out” she said as she gently moved my white knuckles so the doors could...

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by tara morley

Are you a planner? I’m a planner. I like calendars and dates and goals. As planners do, I typically have an idea of what’s on the horizon for the next few weeks, months, season—and a general notion of what we’ll pursue over the next few years. For the most part we set dates, craft itineraries and...

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by mike roehlk

Dear California, (cc Nevada and Massachusetts) Welcome to legalized recreational marijuana!  We are grateful you accepted our invitation to joint us on this adventure to a higher state.  For years we have been blitzed and stoned by the media and the rest of anti-weed America for our decision to let our citizens freely bake their...

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