Lee Woodruff


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March 2013

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Sisters Offer Support On All Occasions

Guest Blog by my sister, Nancy McLoughlin   The Hawaiian island of Kauai has a wild native weed that grows on its shores.  Its roots dig 30 feet into the lava soil, intertwining with those of their neighbors to form an unbreakable net, anchoring this groundcover to the earth.  It is hard to tell where one plant begins and the other  ...

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Living His Art

The first time I met acclaimed artisan Barney Bellinger, he was walking in my sister’s house with a school kid’s grin and a big basket of mushrooms.   “I just found these oysters on the tree behind your shed,” he asked causally.  “There are tons of them. How about if I cook them up for the dinner?”  ...

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