Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Helpers

MR. ROGERS’ MOM GOT it right when she said: “In times of tragedy, look for the helpers. They are always there. Perhaps on the sidelines, but the helpers are always there.” I grew up watching her son, Fred Rogers, open … Continue reading

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Ribbon-less gifts

WHEN I ASKED ANDY, 4, if he wanted to hunt for the cupcake I “lost” in the car after bringing in groceries, he geared up for the mission by shoving a snorkel in his mouth. He then dashed to the … Continue reading

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