February 2014

I Met An Old Lady

February 24, 2014

On a foggy morning one early March, I met a tiny woman encased in a puffy tan coat. She had black hair with a fur cap perched on top of it, the hair cut short except for a thin trail that hung down her back like the tail of a ratty old Indian dog. The planes of her face were flat, with the folded and refolded …

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Why All Christians Should Support Obama

February 17, 2014

I move largely in circles of conservative Christians, and every conservative Christian I know is innately opposed to Obama and the Democratic platform. Among my circle of friends, the largest sources of discontent are ever-increasing government policies and government regulations, which are viewed as intrusive and socialistic. Running a close second is the Democratic support of abortion and gay marriage, which conservative Christians view as …

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The Unknown Facts of Stuart and Edna’s Love Story

February 14, 2014

This is a Postscript. To get the full story, read The Only True Love of Stuart and Edna. ——————————————————————————————————————– This morning Dad told me some of the parts I didn’t know about the story of Stuart and Edna or that apparently didn’t register with me, quite. Entering his “non-retirement,” Stuart had a few hundred thousand dollars. Dad says as much as five hundred thousand dollars, but three …

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