Good Life

June 14, 2014

Notes from a Teacher | End-of-year heartbreak tempered by anticipation of fall’s new faces

The heart is a curious, amazing muscle. It pumps a couple of thousand gallons of blood through your body, beats about 3.6 million times a year, gets broken about a million times during your lifetime and has a direct line to your tear ducts. (Trust me on that one.)

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