Monthly Archives: August 2012

Bullying

Here is an except from a poem I wrote in 2004.        “Children fear the unkept bully, then become themselves unruly. Voices rap an angry song. What has made this scene so wrong?”  You can’t love everyone, but … Continue reading

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Rainbows

Rainbow trout. Went fishing with friends and I caught the first rainbow – which means I get the quarter for the first fish. My dad always paid me a quarter for the first fish, a quarter for the most (didn’t … Continue reading

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“I will!”

I thought I would re-visit Serenity this morning. Seems like these were big lessons for me this past year. God grant me the ability to prioritize the things I cannot delegate, the courage to say no when I need to … Continue reading

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Another Year

The days are growing shorter. I know this because my neighbor and I walk every morning at 6:30. Now I am like a chicken – in that I rise with the sun and it has become much harder of late … Continue reading

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Becoming My Father

Well, it has happened. I sit watching the news and the moment a commercial comes on – I zap the mute button. Politics has done this to me – turned me into my father. I simply cannot stand listening to … Continue reading

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Recalled!

So of all the crazy things that happen in a life time, this has got to be one of the funniest. My toilet got recalled! Now this particular toilet has been the source of laughs and comedy at my house … Continue reading

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WANTED!

Wanted: A politician who votes for country – not party!  I don’t believe such a person can exist in our present political system.  BUT – we (meaning us the voters) can change that in a grass roots effort. Here are … Continue reading

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