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The Still-Face Dilemma

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Freud’s Last Session

I certainly am not qualified to write a critical review of any play or stage production, but I do know what I like and I do recognize excellence when I see it.  Last night, Patty and I went to the … Continue reading

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The Gist of Almost Every Sermon

I’m finishing up what is probably the funniest book I’ve ever read.  Lamb by Christopher Moore is a story about Christ’s life before He performs his first miracles and starts his earthly ministry.  It’s a story told by his best … Continue reading

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If

When I was growing up, my mom had made a little plaque that she hung on the wall over the toilet in the bathroom.  It had this poem by Rudyard Kipling on it.    Whenever I raced in from playing outside … Continue reading

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My Twin Daughters’ Birthday

Happy Birthday, Girls! I remember perfectly, the day you were born.  I remember holding you for the first time.  One moment you were turning and twisting in your mama’s tummy, the next, you’re wrapped up in a hospital blanket and … Continue reading

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