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Reflections on January 6th, 2021: Hope

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Joey & Kamala: Picture Books for Everyone

Originally posted on LisaKWinkler:
When my children were in elementary school, I volunteered in the school library and was lucky to work with Arlene Lambert, the librarian. She called picture books, “Everyone Books.” I was studying for my Masters in…

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Losing Mom

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Finding Peace

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A Day at the Beach & My Octopus Teacher

https://lisakwinkler.wordpress.com/2020/10/19/a-day-at-the-beach-my-octopus-teacher/

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Knitting like a River

My latest post on my new site: https://lisakwinkler.wordpress.com/2020/10/09/knitting-like-a-river/    

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Presidential Debates, Local Campagin Forums: Every Vote Counts!

My post on my new blog. Please sign up to receive emails! Thank you!   https://lisakwinkler.wordpress.com/2020/09/28/presidential-debates-local-campaign-forums-every-vote-counts/

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Goodbye, Hello. New Blog!

Dear Readers, After 8 years blogging as cyclingrandma, I’ve decided to change my blog name and look. I’m of course still a grandmother, (of 10!) but don’t cycle nearly as much as before. Adopting a dog two years ago (link) … Continue reading

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Covid DeCluttering: Cookie Jar?

Like many during the past several months, I’ve managed to unload a few unused, not needed items. An enormous pot I used to make marmalade. Another one for chili. A glass trifle bowl. Some yarn and needles. I could easily … Continue reading

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Social Distancing #8: Be a Mask Monitor

I’ve become that woman. The one who when seeing someone not wearing a mask while shopping, will call you out on it. I take my cue from Dr. Laura Popper, a  Manhattan pediatrician, who posted photos of maskless New Yorkers, … Continue reading

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