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Day 347; Footnotes of Seeking the Reason for the Season

This year, there won’t be anything under our Christmas Tree. I have a small gift for my son, but it will fit in his stocking. Does this bother me? In all honesty, in a way yes. No matter how old … Continue reading

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As We Debate, the Battle Rages On

How cruel and thoughtless have we become?  I have friends and family in the medical field. I have family who are first responders or in fields that put them at risk. I have family who are in the at risk … Continue reading

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Day 320; Footnotes of The Problem With Opened Doors

In the process of responding to a writer’s challenge, Blogophilia’s What’s behind the door, I opened a door. I knew I would, so what it brought about was not surprising. What was surprising was how I reacted.  It has been … Continue reading

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