Monthly Archives: July 2012

#63: Eat a raw-food meal

When I moved to Minneapolis after completing college, I didn’t know what to expect. My only interaction with the state (prior to the on-site interviews for the job I secured) was watching the movie “Fargo” – which hardly counts as … Continue reading

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A conversation overheard

At the grocery store this morning, I saw a 2-year-old boy race through down the produce aisle, spy a yellow summer squash, grab it, and excited yell to his mom, “na-NA-na!” while waving the vegetable at her. She calmly corrected … Continue reading

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#18: Buy a glass of lemonade from a kid’s stand

Driving home from yoga class, I saw four children between the ages of 5 and 10 near the side of the road, holding signs and jumping around like lunatics. As soon as they saw a car approach, their energy intensified … Continue reading

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#87: Make ice cream in a bag

With the insanely hot weather we have been having these past few weeks, I figured this was a good time to engage in some cooling activity – and making ice cream felt like a natural fit. :) As I have … Continue reading

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#4: Read the Declaration of Independence

I was an excellent student throughout the bulk of my academic career. While not super-crazy-smart like many of my friends, I possessed enough intelligence to do well in educational realms – provided I added considerable effort to the mix. From … Continue reading

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