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by | May 15, 2020

Grave Concerns Sixteen years ago (May 7), my father passed away from Parkinson’s Disease and each year, my stepmother and…

by | May 12, 2020

When you’re sheltering in place, there’s no excuse not to mow the lawn. That’s the thinking in our small town,…

by | May 6, 2020

Turns out he did have a second chance. Condemned to eternal boredom in Heaven, Billy Bigelow is given a single…

by | May 5, 2020

The other day, my 10-month-old daughter punched a unicorn in the face. Her mother was playing with her in the…

by | May 4, 2020

Chestnuts are in blossom, but there are no holiday tables under the trees this spring as Paris struggles with the…

by | May 4, 2020

There will be much still to learn when COVID-19 has passed. Books will certainly be written questioning the knee-jerk authoritarian…

by | Apr 25, 2020

Never in its 231-year history has our entire country been shut down. You would think that COVID-19 must be the…

by | Apr 23, 2020

Before the coronavirus pandemic, many American companies paid lip service to remote work or telecommuting. On the whole, they didn’t…

by | Apr 22, 2020

How are we spending our time during the shutdown? We are so grateful that you’ve asked. My wife, Amy, and…

by | Apr 19, 2020

For many years I would threaten my wife with the possibility of working from home. Her consistent response was, “In…

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