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Family … Family … Family…

I have been blessed. From my earliest recollection, I have had a wonderfully supportive family — even when I didn’t fully realize it at the time. As I grew, married, settled down {relatively speaking}, and raised children with my wife, … Continue reading

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Midweek Mirth

One of the misconceptions about being a Christian is non-Christians think we don’t know how to have fun or have a sense of humor. Trust me, if the Big Guy can have a sense of humor when it comes to … Continue reading

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Accountability

I need someone to hold me accountable for my personal writing. No. I need someone to manage my writing activity. No. I need a ringmaster to corral my thoughts. No. I need them all. There are a couple of facts … Continue reading

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The Journey — Part Five

One of  the great things about my journey over the past three months is my plans have not been constrained. I challenged myself to visit with the kids/grandkids/great-grandkids and meet and greet with other family and friends — new and … Continue reading

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The Journey — Part Four

Four down … one to go. I actually have another day here in Kentucky, my fourth leg of the journey. Eldest son Joe and  I have plans for dinner with some of his friends. Some of you who follow my … Continue reading

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The Journey — Part Three

It’s hard to believe, but my latest crazy venture is winding down. Monday I wrapped up the third leg of the journey, departing Ohio. The plan was a stop at a friend’s house in neighboring Indiana for the night, but … Continue reading

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The Jungle of Jojee

In my humble opinion, when you’re reviewing a children’s book, it doesn’t matter how you feel about it. Success of the book is based solely on its reception with children. That’s the premise behind this report on The Jungle of … Continue reading

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