Cindy Lange-Kubick

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Cindy Lange-Kubick joined the Lincoln Journal Star in 1994 and has loved covering life in her hometown ever since. Will write for chocolate. Or coffee.

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CindyLangeKubick commented on A valentine from the postcard poet of love

Thank you. It's nice to be adored on Valentine's Day. (Or any day.) XO, CLK

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Thanks, Thor. There is a box to the right of the story -- they've created a website with a link to their fundraising campaign.

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Jeff, I think the family is very much looking forward to finding a home that isn't on wheels. They are so very thankful for the kindness that has come their way, including the bartender who paid their lot rent for the next three months. (If anyone knows her, or the bar where she works, let m…

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CindyLangeKubick commented on 'I’m asking for … my mom and family'

Thanks for the list, I plan a follow up blog later today that will address their needs. I don't have all the answers to the help they already receive but I do know Lisa has Medicaid, that her husband is the only family member working, he's an over the road trucker, the younger boys are in s…

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CindyLangeKubick commented on 'I’m asking for … my mom and family'

I'm sorry if the column wasn't clear. Lisa is being treated for C-Diff. Her's is a severe case that has been resistant to treatment, including a failed fecal transplant. She will be going to Omaha for more tests on Dec. 24. (The 20-year-old is not sleeping at home but is home as much as poss…

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CindyLangeKubick commented on 'I’m asking for … my mom and family'

I have not been able to stop thinking of this family -- trying to make the best of living in a place that is smaller than most of our living rooms. Thank you for caring about them, too.

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If you can't find the link to the Huffington Post piece, wait a few minutes. I neglected to attach, but it will be up soon. Apologies all around.

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Thank you! It was a great way to start a workday. (And I think I heard our photo intern tell Katherine it was the first time she'd seen a sunrise. Oh, to be 22.)

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Shirl, I think the best thing to do is start your own group -- find a couple of friends who are interested have them find a couple of friends, you get the idea. Most groups have a dozen members, each chip in a set amount of cash each month and one person gets the fun of giving it away. Good luck.

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1. I'm going with three.
2. I never witnessed the "dip" so I may have been speaking out of turn, but even if a waitress wasn't bending over in the bunny suit the outfit was designed to present
3. Interesting side note: The bunny suits only came in generous sizes up top and …