Play & Store Lego Tote

Annie has several Lego sets but nowhere baby-brother safe to build with them. She’ll often ask about taking her bricks to my parents’ house, but all of those small pieces are a pain to transfer. I was at my craft store shopping for something else when I came face-to-face with art/scrapbook totes. I realized they were the…

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So What *Is* Cookie Butter?

Whenever I make a joke about eating unhealthy, I always mention my weakness, cookie butter. Without fail, someone around me is like, “What’s cookie butter?” This always shocks me, because once you know the glory that is cookie butter it’s difficult to imagine a world where there are people who’ve never tried it. I realize,…

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Global Citizens, Social Good

As I mentioned yesterday, I was in New York City for a very quick, jam-packed trip to attend the Social Good Summit. In their words, “The Social Good Summit is a two-day conference examining the impact of technology and new media on social good initiatives around the world.” Everything from Maternal/Fetal Health to poverty to…

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Quick Trip

I’ve been in New York City from Saturday early morning until late tonight (close to midnight) for the Social Good Summit. I’m here because I participated in the “comments/shares” for vaccines drive last month on behalf of Shot@Life. The summit has been incredibly eye-opening – I’ll have more about it and this trip tomorrow once I’m…

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Surfing Sunday 9.21

We had an interesting week. The old video of Annie saying Friends lines that I reposted two Fridays ago got a bit of online attention. I was not expecting anything like that to happen at all with a year-old video that had about 3,000 views after 365 days. I told Annie about it at first but…

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