Monthly Archives: May 2012

High School Senior Tebows During Graduation, Principal Called for Holding

High school graduation is one of the most bittersweet moments in our lives. While graduation marks the end high school and of having to live with mom and dad, it also tends to entail leaving friends behind and starting a new chapter of our lives which may be terrifying. Some cannot wait to embark on […]

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The Dunkin’ Donuts Kid Zone Experience

Last Sunday I had the pleasure of “chaperoning” a trip to Game Four of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at the TD Banknorth Garden. Our contingent consisted of four adults, 18 children, and three teenagers (including myself). For many of the kids, this was their first time seeing the Celtics play live. For me, it was […]

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RIP Junior Seau, Former Patriots Captain

My first memory of Junior Seau has nothing to do with NFL football. One day back in 2001 (I was seven years old at the time), my dad came home with a brand new copy of the computer game (yes people used to play PC games back then) Backyard Football 2002. I eagerly unpacked the […]

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