Monthly Archives: September 2016

A Moment of Silence

Do you get uncomfortable with silence?  We live in a world of sound.  And many of us keep music or talk programs or TV on just to combat silence.  Recently I heard about a study that says times of silence … Continue reading

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A Hot August Night

It was a hot August night in 1968 and I was sitting in the un-air conditioned Armory in Minneapolis, MN, listening to a rock concert.  The hard rock group Vanilla Fudge had re-recorded a Supremes song “You Keep Me Hanging … Continue reading

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Seeing More in Others, Revisited

A recent conversation with someone from a small town reminded me of this post I wrote over two years ago.  This person had overcome negative stereotypes and hurtful words to become a positive example of being the best you can … Continue reading

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Falling

The first house I remember living in was the one we lived in from around my first birthday through age 6. It was a two-story house with the only bathroom and two bedrooms upstairs.  The stairs were steep and narrow … Continue reading

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Forty Years and Counting

It was forty years ago this week that I arrived in Huntsville, Alabama.  It was another memorable move. The U-Haul logo was “Adventures in Moving”.  If I had written an autobiography at that point in my life, that would have … Continue reading

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