Fresh starts are inevitable, nonetheless quite tough.
My future surviving family members will be glad I only saved the digital evidence of this sticky nose.
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It is so useful, yet so under re-utilized. Or, that's just what I think as a New Yorker concerned about trash and recycling rules.
We had just walked in the door from a family road trip. The mood: generally happy. Also: one wrong move away from all three of us flipping our lids. (Read: fast-food bloated, dirty, and exhausted.) I believe we were all standing in the kitchen, with KC unpacking Ozzy's food stuffs, Ozzy waiting for a fresh … Continue reading Garlique: Cupid?
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