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Hold on to that feelin’, friends. What feeling? The feeling of warm summer nights, vacations, and the low-key pace of summer. It will be summer again before we know it. Only nine more months to go.
I seem to attract socially inappropriate people. You know, the ones who make comments that are rude or insulting toward you or your child, but the commenter either doesn’t realize it or pretends like she doesn’t know what she...
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Happy cows make better milk... and better fudgesicles, too! We are so excited to partner with Organic Valley to bring you a recipe for fudgesicles you can feel good about: homemade with Organic Valley Milk! I have been buying Organic...
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