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BABY, IT’S COLD OUTSIDE

It was 25 degrees outside. Windchill of 5. The sun was just rising and the last thing I wanted to do was to put on my layers of running clothes, lace up my rarely-used, but guaranteed to make you want to exercise Hoka’s. But I did. I was resolute. When the wind blasted my face, […]

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CHRISTMAS AMBIGUITY

        I really don’t know why I like the commercial of Lady Gaga singing,¬†“Baby, It’s Cold Outside,”¬†with Tony Bennett in Barnes & Noble, but I do. I can’t explain why I won’t go to church on Christmas Eve to watch the church children follow the donkey with the specially-picked child who gets […]

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