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Column: The never-ending work that is motherhood

One year ago this month I wrote my first piece for the Valley News: “A love letter to the women of the Upper Valley.” It was an expression of appreciation for the women who had seen me, usually at the grocery store, struggling with my new baby and helped me …

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The gentle barber on Main Street

My wife, Brenda, and I were traveling to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and had been driving for two hours without a break. Our electronic dashboard kept flashing to remind us it was time to take a breather. We decided the small, picturesque Maryland town situated along the Potomac River and C O …

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The gentle barber on Main Street

My wife, Brenda, and I were traveling to Gettysburg, Pa., and had been driving for two hours without a break. Our electronic dashboard kept flashing to remind us it was time to take a breather. We decided the small, picturesque Maryland town situated along the Potomac River and C O …

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The gentle barber on Main Street

My wife, Brenda, and I were traveling to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and had been driving for two hours without a break. Our electronic dashboard kept flashing to remind us it was time to take a breather. We decided the small, picturesque Maryland town situated along the Potomac River and C O …

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Living happily on credits

Generally during the first week of every month I found them. Those evenings while returning from work, my eyes would inadvertently move to the roadside grocery shop abuzzing with customers. They were mainly sexagenarian people, chatting and laughing amongst themselves while buying their household wares. Even in the few seconds …

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