Monthly Archives: September 2012

Barack Obama, The Richard Nutbrown Fund and Critical Thinking

Four years ago, my husband Richard (Professor Nutbrown) and I watched with great interest as Barack Obama ran for President. This was a historical moment. Richard became an adult in the 1960’s witnessing the civil rights movement and when I … Continue reading

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Grief is…

Grief is…. Going to McDonalds, though you haven’t eaten beef for over a year, ordering a Big Mac Meal with Coke, taking it home, putting aside 5 or so French fries for your French fry loving dog. Wolfing down the … Continue reading

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Switching Cell Phone Providers: From Bell to Rogers

Did you know that unless you are a Bell pay as you go customer or use prepaid cards you will need to give this cell phone provider 30 days notice? This means that though your phone may be deactivated with … Continue reading

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