Monthly Archives: March 2015

March 2015: Fussing Feathers, Legos, and Sausages

When I was young(er) and people asked me “What are you gonna be when you grow up?”, I usually didn’t have a definite answer. I still don’t, but “Professional Poultry Butcher” definitely wouldn’t have been on the list. Now, however, … Continue reading

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February, 2015: Time for a Second Look

It’s… That… Time Of YEAR! Time to break resolutions before the tax documents arrive! Time to forget doing taxes to watch the Super Bowl! Time to complain about the weather to avoid doing taxes! Time to watch hockey because that’s … Continue reading

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