Talking Points -- A lesson in how to not forget the importance of food
As I drove to the Feed My Starving Children food packaging event late Thursday morning, I felt a gigantic grumble in my stomach - I had forgotten to pick up some lunch before my two-hour slot at the Morris Area Elementary School.
It took a couple of seconds for the irony to hit me: I live with the luxury of being able to forget to eat. We live in a place where taking time out to eat can sometimes seem like an inconvenience - "I was so busy at work I just skipped lunch."
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