Monthly Archives: July 2014

My Secret for Today

This morning as I drive to work, I pass in front of a woman seated on the broken curb beside the four lane road.  She is always there.  Dressed shabby – a skirt and gifted t-shirt sporting American logos faded … Continue reading

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I Don’t Read Fiction

“I don’t usually read fiction” I was recently told by a friend of mine, “but I’ll make an exception for you,” the comment delivered with sufficient condescension to communicate that I had just become the recipient of an unlikely favor. … Continue reading

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Helen’s Musings: The Story of a Life

The other morning I went to the post office and found amidst the junk mail a thin package from my grandmother, Helen Hirst. I took it home that evening and gave it to my wife Mariale, who opens most of … Continue reading

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