Feeding Our Children More Than Food

FAMILY, LIVING

February 14, 2018 heart’s bled. It was Valentine’s Day, a day of sharing love, happiness and friendship. Yet on this day, feelings of rage, horror and questions consumed and replaced our Hallmark moments.   It was also our 25th wedding anniversary. But in light of the unbearable suffering being endured by so many affiliated with the attack on the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, I felt too guilty to share and bask in the glory of this milestone of marriage…

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