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A thick, motionless July evening. The cicadas in full voice. A yellow leaf wafts onto the lush grass from a canopy of green above. It’s a gentle reminder that theRead More
Before I got into blogging I used to keep an electronic journal. A few times a week I’d open up a Word document and write about things that mattered toRead More
When we were great, we believed we were blessed by a universal God. We were blessed by a universal God because we were a nation of different people from differentRead More
“Everything is perfect.” In speaking with a friend who recently gave up Facebook, she cited this as the reason. That seemingly every post by every person she follows is filledRead More
This week I’ve been in one of those patterns where I can only focus for 15-minute intervals. Max. I don’t know why, but I just lose focus for no reason.Read More
7:18 pm in July The thunder passes and the clouds break The cicadas start to sing At a swimming pool in the South Children splashing and playing and doing theRead More
According to my mother, advertising is evil. She cites false advertising as the culprit. “You see something in the newspaper and then you go to the store, and they doRead More
In a world where we’re conditioned to think big and become giants, it’s easy to feel out of touch with the world. But if you don’t feel a sense ofRead More
Lights on. Windows up. Wipers thumping. Frightened little children rolling along wide black lanes in shiny metal boxes. Thoughts of sunshine wander away and are replaced with wondering what’s for dinner. AndRead More
In flying back to the US from The Bahamas recently, I had a window seat on the little 30-seater aircraft. Reaching an altitude of about 14,000 feet during the 50-minuteRead More
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