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The Dad He Didn't Have To Be

The Dad He Didn't Have To Be

I am fortunate enough to have a stepfather who has gone to great lengths for me. There for my formative years and beyond. Always a great sense of humor. He's a great human being and I'd like to pay a …

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To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 18

To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 18

The fictional tale of lighthouse keepers in the 1880's, tending a Lake Michigan lighthouse. The characters in this story are completely fictional, while the lighthouse is quite real and still in use. …

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To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 17

To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 17

The fictional tale of lighthouse keepers in the 1880's, tending a Lake Michigan lighthouse. The characters in this story are completely fictional, while the lighthouse is quite real and still in use. …

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Random Thoughts on New Orleans

Random Thoughts on New Orleans

New Orleans, also known as the 'Big Easy' and 'NOLA,' is a Southern city entrenched in tradition and permeated with a uniquely special culture. This piece lists my random thoughts as a visitor to New …

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To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 16

To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 16

The fictional tale of lighthouse keepers in the 1880's, tending a Lake Michigan lighthouse. The characters in this story are completely fictional, while the lighthouse is quite real and still in use. …

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Recovery: A Journey, Not a Destination

Recovery: A Journey, Not a Destination

I used to be so proud of my sobriety.

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To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 15e

To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 15e

The end of Part 15. It's been an intense several weeks of living in my mind in 1863, seeing that battlefield as it must have looked in the aftermath of one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. I…

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To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 15d

To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 15d

Careening toward the 6-month mark of story writing. Thank you once again to all of my readers who continue to follow this adventure! It is my pleasure and privilege to continue to develop this unpredi…

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To the Lonely Sea and the Sky -- Part 15c

To the Lonely Sea and the Sky -- Part 15c

Five pages for you, gentle readers. My appreciation as always for your patience! I hope you enjoy an exceptionally long chunk of this story that's been building up for the past two weeks. Looks like t…

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Thank You Nurse Luna!

Thank You Nurse Luna!

This is the story of how Luna, the family dog, helped to aid my mother back to health after suffering a car accident. To my surprise, even as her daughter and a Nurse, I still lacked what my mother ne…

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To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 15b

To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 15b

A'right, a'right, a little over a week...but not bad, no? :) Thanks as always to my constant readers. For those of you just joining us, please head back to the first part of this (presently) 18-part s…

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To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 15a

To the Lonely Seas and the Sky -- Part 15a

My sincere apologies for the half-month delay in this installation. This last bit has been tough to write for reasons unknown. But the point is, it's coming, and easier now! Hoping to have the next in…

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