Monthly Archives: June 2010

First Father’s Day without a Father – toughest day in a long time.

Rough day at the homestead. But another holiday under the boys’ belts. Who knew that grieving took so long? Oh yeah – everyone who has ever lost someone that they loved. I pray that some day they will be able … Continue reading

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Flipping the Cup and Reading the Present

“A relationship is reborn whenever you see someone as they are right now and don’t hold them to who they were” – Marianne Williamson, Everyday Grace Last night I had the good fortune to re-connect with an old friend. We … Continue reading

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High School Perspectives – Mine & My Son’s

I have been stumbling down memory lane today and I gotta tell ya, it is a bit distracting. Re-discovering the people and events that have taken up residence in the archives of my mind draws a lot of my mental … Continue reading

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