Monthly Archives: June 2012

Teaching Can Be Dangerous – Don’t Fall Down the Stairs When I Push You!

A tutoring student who was adopted by loving and involved parents was having some problems in school. Usually he’d bring his homework, pour out a few gripes and frustrations, and then get to the task at hand. Today was different.  … Continue reading

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Honeysuckle Air: Sins of Our Fathers – A Humorous Look at Sin From My Childhood

Raised as a child of tenant farmers, my view of sin was probably not that different from my peers.  However, being somewhat isolated from “worldly things” I may have been a bit too sincere in my dedication to church and … Continue reading

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Grief Tearbook: In the Shade of the Columbarium

My best friend died the last day of March. We finally got everyone and everything together for her Memorial Service mid-May. Her other close friend, Judy, and I finally got everything done for her ashes to rest with those of … Continue reading

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