I grew up with one grandparent, a woman we in my family affectionately called "Mo."... more
I grew up with one grandparent, a woman we in my family affectionately called "Mo." She was one of the biggest role models in my life, and I always found myself fascinated by her stories and life experiences. As a kid, I volunteered with an organization that took shelter animals into nursing homes for visits that were meaningful for both the animals and the nursing home residents, many of who... view profile
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