Monthly Archives: March 2018

Night Moves

Time was on his side, or so it seemed.  He didn’t mind waiting.  He knew what he had to do and he knew there was no hurry.  Yet, he couldn’t help the sweaty palms and the queasy feeling in his … Continue reading

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But Now I See

A while ago, my wife and I were going through a closet, cleaning out some stuff we never use. Among the items were some stuffed animals that had sat on the shelf for years which I planned to give to … Continue reading

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Dear Mommy

I grew up in a little town north of Boston.  It was probably no different then any small town that you could select.  We had three grammar schools, a junior high, and a high school.  After grammar school, every kid … Continue reading

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24 Hours

Well, it’s not as if we weren’t warned, as if it would make any difference had we not been.  It’s going to happen regardless.  You can’t change it.  You can only prepare to sit it out.  It was still clear … Continue reading

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I Am You Are

Here is one from the archives, first published in Aug 2012. I recently read a poem by Shel Silverstein from his book “Every Thing On It”. It is called “Masks”. It so typified, to me, how we go through life … Continue reading

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What Is Your Gift

This morning, while reading a post on the blog “Soul Gathering”, I read a quote by Pablo Picasso that said “The meaning of life is to find your gift.  The purpose of life is to give it away”.  It struck … Continue reading

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Commercially Speaking

Sometimes, I wish I had my wife’s ability to tune things out, like me for instance.  I say this because I am a guy that, as long as the TV is on, I feel somewhat of an obligation to watch … Continue reading

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