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Thursday, May 31, 2012


A little different than usual I felt this article was really worth mentioning first and I highly recommend everyone of you read it when you have a few minutes.  It was written by graduating Yale senior, Marina Keegan, for a special edition of the News distributed at the class of 2012's commencement exercises last week.  Unfortunately, Marina Keegan, age 22, was killed in a car accident this past weekend and will never get to experience life after college.  As you can tell from her article, The Opposite of Loneliness, she certainly was wise beyond her years.  In the past week, her final article has gone viral resonating with people all over the world.  Amazing and so tragic.

I am sure many of you have seen the following video, but in case you missed it, this is a great video of the Harvard Baseball team's rendition of "Call Me Maybe":


  1. Wow! I hasn't heard about the Yale girl. Thanks for posting that article. I don't really have words. Life is short!
    And I love that baseball YouTube. Classic!

  2. LOVE getting comments:) THANK YOU WYNNE!! And yes such a stark and tragic reminder of how short life really is. I love that video too:) Of course baseball guys will ALWAYS make me think of you whether that refers to you going to ALL of Greg's tournaments with me growing up or your love for baseball throughout & after college!

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  4. Hi Ali! thanks so much for your comment! So glad you're a follower:) Just checked out your blog and it is fabulous!




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