Monthly Archives: July 2014

My Grandfather’s Fish Story

Some seemingly inconsequential events which occurred when we were young remain in our memories even after our youth has faded away.  Possibly it’s just that some memories age better than others or maybe some recollections, just for a moment, bring … Continue reading

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The Year of Firsts

It’s been fifty-two weeks to the day that my wife Robin was murdered by the most cruel and ruthless serial killer of all time, cancer.  The disease doesn’t dispatch its victims quickly but rather takes their lives gradually over time.  … Continue reading

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The Wind in the Trees

As the soft breeze passes through the treetops it promises to be gentle and asks only that the trees allow their leaves to whisper softly as the wind continues on its journey.  The synergy between the wind and the trees … Continue reading

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A Lesson Well Taught

I’ll admit my belief in the basic goodness in people had almost disappeared. I felt the indifference displayed by people toward those in need was to be expected. But, I would most sincerely like to tender to you my genuine … Continue reading

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