Monthly Archives: May 2017

A dog’s life

Roxie, our boxer and four-legged child has become a con-artist. She gets a treat every morning but I recently discovered she has been getting at least two every morning. Each morning she will go over near the sink and sit … Continue reading

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Graduate advice

Things are so different now than when I graduated from high school. It was a different time and things seemed more settled. Dangers were there, I’m sure, but didn’t seem as prevalent or perhaps we weren’t so aware of it … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day thoughts

Though you can find some really heart-felt ones, you just cannot find a card that adequately expresses the deep sentiment we feel for our mothers. We should be thankful for our mothers every day, not just on the day set … Continue reading

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The disease of negativism

There is a disease across our country today, which is not only contagious but undermines progress, saps energy and permeates our minds. It can take the most positive ideas and opinions and turn them into something cruel and ugly. I … Continue reading

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