4 thoughts on “Love in The Time of Facebook: Life Lessons from Jay Trucker

  1. this may be the first year i haven’t left it up until epiphany. our mom aaylws kept ours up until after our birthdays, and since mine is epiphany, it’s aaylws been there. i think i felt the push to start the year fresh this year. we came home from our travels, and out it went to make room for the new. i still have lighted balls in the trees, and garlands up, so part of me still feels the celebration hopefully that will continue long after i put away the decor. love your ways of celebrating, friend.


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