Monthly Archives: July 2014

What a difference a year makes…

This week it will be one year since I visited the University of Michigan Hospital for my 100 days post-transplant checkup.  It was a big day!  The 100 days were full of rules and constraints and often seemed to drag.  … Continue reading

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Family Reunions

This weekend is reunion weekend for my husband’s family. I’m always impressed by the commitment to annually coming together and reconnecting that his family has. For many years, his sisters and brothers have tried to connect at least once a … Continue reading

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Handing over the baton…

From 1946 to 1954, 76.4 million babies…”baby boomers”…were born in the United States.  The largest generation in U. S. history, these babies reflected a celebration!  There were older couples who had postponed marriage and childbirth during the Great Depression and … Continue reading

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The Bear and the Marmot…

I’m happy to introduce today’s guest blogger, Nick Carlson, Vice President of Donated Goods Operations at Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids. Nick is our ‘green guru’ at Goodwill!   His vision and leadership have extended our contribution in serving the … Continue reading

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