Hello dear g-rad.
By some strange circumstance I was just remembered that I'm in charge of running this weblog. And happened to remember how to login: So I will write one or two lines before I go back to my usual activities. G-rad seems to be doing so incredibly good. Just skipping through some of the discussion forums, I get the impression that so many things are being discussed that I had wished to have talked about while I was a citizen of Grand Rapids, Division Ave. So now they seem quite far removed. We don't struggle with any of the issues that were part of my living experience there. Here we have luxury problems. I despair when I realize that the health food store on the corner is out of organic lemonade. I live now in a part of town that knows only ice cream shops and playgrounds. There is no question, hardly anyone owns a car. Not that this is the status quo in the country that I live in, quite the opposite is the case actually, and apparently I have maneuvered myself into becoming an inhabitant of a bubble-city.
So, while knowing how difficult it would be to raise my little one as easily and healthily if I still lived where I used to live in Grand Rapids, a place that I miss quite a bit from time to time, I will try to keep up on news from this precious place called GR and from now on refer to G-Rad as "Good News From Grand Rapids" and remain
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