Kansas — livin… on Wichita: A Return to the Old… Dear Children: | Rig… on September 12, the day after. .… David Cohen on Dear Children: Adrienne Cohen on Thunder in the Sky Myron Lester Anderso… on Thunder in the Sky
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It’s the unexpected that is often the most profound; be open to new experiences, and relish life for all its unexpectedness!
Updated — just a bit — in mid-March 2021, as we begin to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic that has held us all in its grip for the past year! One beautiful early spring day many years ago, while living … Continue reading
I have been thinking lately about that statement. No matter how you finish it off, it somehow sounds wrong, doesn’t it? So why do we keep repeating it? The only way, I think, that statement makes any sense, is if … Continue reading
It’s sobering. Storms come in all sizes, in different forms and at different times. Many are predictable and most are forgettable. But, sometimes, those storms hit close to home and close to the heart. If they don’t impact our neighborhoods … Continue reading
Somewhere in the middle of the Pacific seventy-four years ago, a ship received a radio message to alter its course. The captain of the vessel complied. That vessel and its “cargo” of American servicemen steamed into a port on the … Continue reading