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Summer Camp In Maine: A Personal Memoir But A Universal Feeling

It’s often difficult for me to remember what I did yesterday, or five minutes ago for that matter.  Oddly enough, when it comes to remembering my experiences as a camper in Harrison, Maine that spanned over a seven summer period starting at the young age of eight, nothing could be more clear.  Crystal clear actually. … Continued

A Word From Your Mutha

Sunday is Mother’s Day.  It’s the one day out of the year that us Moms get freed from slavery.  The oppressive [child] labor we’ve endured is recognized and we’re finally given a pat on the back for our tireless efforts.  The second I hear scurrying feet and louder than necessary voices at the crack of … Continued