Monthly Archives: January 2012

“Am I a good man? Are you proud of me?”

Our son, on a phone conversation with Mom, asked, “Am I a good man? are you proud of me. As a good parent should, she responded immediately and without hesitation, “Of course!” The answer was accurate, reinforcing and quick. It … Continue reading

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Communicating With Others

Many of us presume too much when attempting to communicate. Evaluating our words, in the way others might hear them, before opening our mouths, might be good. I stepped into the Little League outfield for the first time in ages. The grass was … Continue reading

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In the End

It was a typical T-ball game. The coaches, volunteer mothers and fathers, located all over the field as allowed in T-ball rules, were as active as the kids.  They grabbed a wayward player here, restraining them from picking the dandelion, … Continue reading

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Why Bad Things Happen to Good People

Written the Night of My Wife’s Emergency Brain Surgery “My head hurts really bad and I’m scared.” my lovely wife, Kat, said, just before unconsciously sliding off the bed to the floor.

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