oe Kita’s article got meexcited about continu-ing my own memoir (“TheStory of Your Life”). Whenmy husband died ﬁve yearsago, it was difﬁcult to gofrom “we” to “me.” Istarted writing about ourrelationship, and by delv-ing into our past, I was ableto deal with my future.
applaud Janice Kamenir-Reznik and Jewish WorldWatch for providing solarcookers to refugees inDarfur (Make It Matter:“Here Comes the Sun”). Last sum-mer, my husband and I built acouple of solar cookers. It’s our wayof making a difference—growing anorganic garden, composting, hang-ing clothes out to dry. The cookerswill never replace our oven, butevery time we don’t use a limitedenergy resource, it helps the envi-ronment. I hope more peoplewill learn about this fascinating“technology” and actually use it.
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jots down family stories—fromholidays, vacations, weddings, everyday life—so she can leave a legacy for her children andgrandchildren. Our family’s history and lifelessons are set in stone for years of enjoyment.