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By Carolyn Henderson
the Times 

Talk about art

 

February 6, 2020

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Not all people, upon retirement, stop working.

Some people, like Nancy Monacelli of Walla Walla, find themselves working long days, all through the week, and enjoying every moment of it.

"I launched my business three years ago when I flunked retirement," the confectioner, who creates artisan toffees, chocolates, and snacks from recipes she has been refining for the last 30 years, says.

"For years, I made baskets of my candy for family, friends, and co-workers, as well as to take to gatherings or donate to events.

"My kids told me for decades that I should 'sell this stuff,' so I finally li...



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