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“Let’s make a carnival! We’ll charge an entry fee, and make loads of cash!”
R. Atkins
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The goal: Lessen the morning chaos and the ensuing drill sergeant energy A n organized mind, for some, is a gift they’re born with; for others, it’s a skill that requires a lifetime of refinement. For me, it’s a combination: I’m scatterbrained to a fault, with mishaps at every turn; but my menus and lists
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tastes like shabbos
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A sequel to the classic memoir, The Scent of Snowflowers 
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