Monthly Archives: September 2013

Making Yellow

Twelve-year-old Seelow called “Hall-o-o!” from my yard early Friday evening. “Me cook?” she said hopefully. Our schedules finally matched. Seelow wasn’t at farm, caring for her younger sibling, or cooking for her family. I wasn’t working on a report, planning … Continue reading

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Protecting the Children

A twelve-year-old boy in a red and white striped t-shirt watches his left arm as a nurse places a needle into position. An eight-year-old girl wearing a private school uniform – the next in line for the vaccine to prevent … Continue reading

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