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       Brianna Albers 

      Happy Tuesday, everyone! My latest column went up yesterday, which you can read here. We’re finally finishing up with the reno, so I’ll be moving upstairs in the next couple of days. It’ll be a relief to get things back to normal… but then soon after we’ll be jumping into our busiest summer yet.

      My mom has several business trips coming up, followed by a family vacation to California for the Cure SMA conference at the end of June. Then my mom has another business trip to Canada while my dad transfers an airplane hangar to our place in Wisconsin. My PCA jokes that we’re the least boring people she knows!

      What are your plans for the summer?

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