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A Beautiful Life!

 The weekend of December 12-14, Ellie and I went to “New York, New York – in the city that never sleeps!” for our anniversary. Our plan was to enjoy a relaxing weekend roaming around town and hearing great jazz. I … Continue reading

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“Children Learn What They Live”

Here is something I’ve often handed to parents. I think you may agree it is well worth reading. If a child lives with criticism, she/he learns to condemn. If a child lives with hostility, she/he learns to fight. If a … Continue reading

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Just Give!

This morning on the show “CBS Sunday Morning” I was taken by the story of a couple whose little boy died from a rare form of cancer. They talked about their heartache and how they are coping with it. By … Continue reading

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Tragedy In Newtown

As the world of public broadcast talks about the horrific violence and loss of 20 young innocent children and 6 adults this Friday morning, I search my heart for words. I first learned of the carnage at Sandy Hook Elementary … Continue reading

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