It was 1971. I was a freshman in college. I had left my Chicago home in September and was feeling homesick. My college was located
The New York Times ran a piece on How to Fix America last week. They asked “experts” what one simple thing could be done to
Oh, the joys of leftovers! The re-warmed stuffing that you can now pour gallons of gravy on! The cold turkey sandwiches with cranberry sauce! Pie!
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I developed a new relationship with doing nothing this week. In my prior relationship, my mind would be constantly chattering and delivering a play-by-play evaluation