The Healing of the Dying

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A watercolor of Scottish man in a kilt playing the fiddle took the Judge’s Choice Award. I know because I was the judge who awarded it. I’m not sure what time we got home last night but when I stepped into the house, hot from being locked up for days, I thought about how when [Read More...]

Wonders of the Brokenhearted

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  The argument over health care is politically-charged and I have nothing much to add to it other than choices matter.¬†They can make the difference between life and death, between a good life or a miserable one. Mama has choices, and for this day I’m grateful for that. When we sat down as a family [Read More...]

When Sinners Heal

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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...]


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