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» June 25, 2006

We were invited to a party deep in the woods of West Virginia. By we, I mean a whole group of friends. I believe there might have been fifteen in […]

» May 5, 2006

He who cannot forgive breaks the bridge over which he himself must pass. – George Herbert See if you can relate to any of this! A friend of yours breaks […]

» April 5, 2006

“You still haven’t learned to cooperate, have you?” “I’m learning how to cooperate. I just don’t want to cooperate with you!” That was my conversation with the police officer who […]

» March 18, 2006

I’ve been meaning to write about this for awhile, but good job Dixie Chicks. I mean, I like Toby Keith. I never lost any respect for him. In fact, what […]

» February 12, 2006

Law, laws and politics, what a wonderful web we weave. America started with such a simple notion to be free. Now it’s a complex mix of laws and statutes, paragraphs […]

» January 10, 2006

Can you see the pattern? You can’t wear your pants too low with your underwear hanging out! Shining your lazer beam across the gymnasium will get you expelled! You can’t […]

» July 7, 2005

The terrorists work on a purely low psychological level using everything we learned in the third grade to beat us. ~ They are trying to set us against ourselves. ~ […]

» June 1, 2005

Within tears, find a hidden laughter; seek treasure amid ruins, sincere one. ~ Mathnawi The toughest lessons in life to learn are the ones that are within. For so many […]

» May 26, 2005

It was week 10 when I first noticed the beautiful Carrie Underwood with her hair looking like flames and her voice belting like Leann Rimes. What can I say? I […]

» May 20, 2005

Buying a new car. Living in a nice home. Kids have designer clothes. The dual of having and having the best. I walk by beautiful homes where the doctors and […]

» April 30, 2005

That they may have a little peace, even the best dogs are compelled to snarl occasionally. – William Feather It’s been over a month. But, I took on two writing […]

» March 1, 2005

When you look back on your life and think of all the good things you have done, will it measure up to all the people that you’ve hurt.

A River in the Ocean

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