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The Office of Hillary Clinton

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In conjunction with the launch of her memoir, What Happened, Hillary has completely overhauled her website. I was apprehensive for a nanosecond, but unnecessarily. All of her policies are still there. It’s always good to be able to shoot one of these links off when needed on social media.

Check it out!

  • Read about Hillary’s life
  • See Hillary’s current projects
  • Learn about Hillary’s vision for America
  • Send Hillary a note

Go there>>>>

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Lock the Door! Your Boomer Parents Have Decided to Downsize

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A peek into the fascinating & challenging world of what Senior Move Managers encounter on a daily basis…

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Giant generation has gobs of ‘heirlooms’ but no one wants them; the porcelain birds

Mark and Cathy Schroeckenstein with their dog, Billie Jean, and their heirloom lamp. Mark and Cathy Schroeckenstein with their dog, Billie Jean, and their heirloom lamp. PHOTO: CATHY SCHROECKENSTEIN

By: JENNIFER LEVITZ

Peculiar items are popping up at the home of Cathy and Mark Schroeckenstein, a young couple in Minneapolis.

A cement bunny appeared on the doorstep. A rusted baker’s rack materialized on the patio. A lamp that is “like so gaudy….kind of gold” and “really old school” was plopped in the kitchen, says Ms. Schroeckenstein.

The culprits, it turned out, were her in-laws.

Cathy Schroeckenstein’s lamp Cathy Schroeckenstein’s lamp

David and Christine Schroeckenstein, both in their 60s, plan to relocate to a sleek Scottsdale, Ariz., condo from Minnesota after David, an allergist, retires next…

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