In 2001, Maralee Bixbee of Windsor was born with an unforeseen blood disorder called alothrombocytopenia. Luckily for her and her family, Maralee was treated and her’s is a happy ending. Not all kids have the same ending though.
When my siblings and I made a lemonade stand as kids and sold a couple of five cent glasses of our mouth puckering mixture, we thought 50 cents was a million dollars and with our change jingling in our pocket we’d pack up the stand and take take a walk to the pharmacy that sold five cent candy.
I’d be lying if I said I weren't a tiny bit jealous of 20-something Sam Jacquette, who lives in Santa Barbara, California. Sam made a New Year's resolution to stop doing everything he didn't enjoy doing and start doing everything he wanted to do.
Yesterday the Binghamton Mets lost a make-up doubleheader to Erie falling 7-4 and 8-6. In both games they gave up 4 runs in the first inning and couldn't recover. Read all about it here. Tonight is Zoo and Fireworks night on Thirsty Thursday with the B-Mets.
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