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What’s your fuel?

By  | October 31, 2014

It was the summer I was turning fifteen:  ‘If we don’t operate and get it corrected, your life will be short and difficult.’  That was the prognosis from one of the surgeons who reconstructed rib cages.  Mine were growing in a way that restricted lung capacity. When I heard it, could not believe it.  My Dad… Continue reading »

Like It or Not, You’re on Stage

By  | June 1, 2014

Can’t remember what I was frustrated about, however it was one of those times where one thing after another went wrong.  I was exasperated and was letting it show.  So was my son, who was around four at the time just mimicking what I was doing.  On the lighter side, when I would mow the… Continue reading »

Getting Through Tuesday

By  | May 16, 2014

He came home from a workday, yet something seemed amiss.  It has been 13 years, however the day that changed futures is still fresh in his mind. What he saw when he opened the door, he never expected, wanted, or had a passing thought would ever happen.  There was a car he did not recognize in the… Continue reading »

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