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Homemade Memories

Is it a sign of hunger when a morning sky makes a man think of his Mom’s homemade apple cobbler? Yeah… but it might be for more than food… Continue reading

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At River’s Edge

Sometimes in their last hours on this earth, it seems others can see things that we cannot… Continue reading

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Things Change

Even with advanced dementia, there is still poignancy in a visit with my ninety-eight-year-old mother. Continue reading

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The Touch of God

A woman, a man with Down’s syndrome and a Wal-mart cashier provide an almost worshipful experience on a mundane trip to the store on a cold night. Continue reading

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A Good Start

Love may have a thousand voices and ten thousand expressions, but homemade biscuits are one of my favorites! Continue reading

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The Orphan Goes Berry Pickin’

Somehow, I have stepped into another place, another time. A place and time that have always been and yet have never been before. Continue reading

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