When Sinners Heal

grads

Graduation day has finally arrived. Sinner collects a diploma he has worked three long years for, but has spent a lifetime in preparation. I’m headed to Cheney to celebrate with the rest of the Sinners as our son-in-law collects that diploma. Unlike thousands of others who will graduate today, the Sinner already has a job [Read More...]

One of our own boys

The salts of the Pacific dried on their skin as they huddled together at the hospital, still clothed in their beach shorts and hoodies grabbed in a hurry.  They spanned the ages of 13 to 30. Inland children, every single one of them raised among rolling fields of wheat and low-lying acres of watermelon. The [Read More...]

George did it, says Anthony cousin

I don’t even know the names of my second-cousins, do you?  I wouldn’t want even my first-cousins speaking on my behalf about my mental condition. So I’m not sure what to make of this radio interview with one of Cindy Anthony’s second-cousins out of Houston. She says that there was a family conference call last [Read More...]


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