Getting Personal

Getting Personal

One Note at a Time, A Sticky Love Story

Excerpt: Our story began in Levittown, New York, a seven square mile community on Long Island, the birthplace of American suburbia. Built for ease and convenience, Levittown was—is—somewhat idyllic. People don’t tend to leave. Many of our friends are still in the vicinity. In fact, The New York Times once called Levittown sticky because, it went on to say, “Many of the children of the original homeowners have grown up and grown old in these seven square miles.”

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My sticky love story—which is very dear to me—has been posted on Sharsheret, which is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of Jewish women and families living with, or at increased genetic risk for, breast and/or ovarian cancer. Recently, I was named their caregiver ambassador to help other caregivers going through similar experiences. For more information on this wonderful organization, go to Sharsheret.org

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