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Love Spreads: What Mom’s Hollyhocks Taught Me

One small bag of seeds has turned into a way to spread color and love to friends and family around the country. All images: Lisa Tate

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If you spend too much time on social media (and we pretty much all do these days), it is easy to ignore acts of kindness and focus on the negative.

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Lisa Tate

Lisa Kay Tate is a veteran feature writer with nearly 25 years experience in newspaper, magazine and freelance writing. She and her husband, a history and world geography teacher, live on the edge of "New Texico" where they keep busy raising their two geeklings and sharing space with their dog, Sirius Black, and cat, Loki.

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