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  • Declaring Our Independence
    on Jun 28, 2011 in Commentary
    I recently finished reading the compiled autobiography of Benjamin Franklin.  Timely, considering we’re about to celebrate the sovereign birth of our Nation.  As one of the most celebrated Americans in history and as one of the signers of the Dec...
  • Richard
    on Dec 12, 2010 in Personal Life Stories...
    I met a guy a couple weeks ago named Richard in the Elkhorn Yacht Club parking lot on Thanksgiving day.  My eyes were fixed on him as he fiddled with some fishing gear at the tailgate of his rusty, vintage 1970’s Ford pickup.  After several minut...
  • Richard
    on Dec 12, 2010 in Personal Life Stories...
    I met a guy a couple weeks ago named Richard in the Elkhorn Yacht Club parking lot on Thanksgiving day.  My eyes were fixed on him as he fiddled with some fishing gear at the tailgate of his rusty, vintage 1970’s Ford pickup.  After several minut...
  • The Seal That Is Changing My Life
    on Dec 2, 2010 in Personal Life Stories...
    Actually, all I could do is stare; mouth wide open getting angrier by the moment.  At a distance, the lonely seal just looked out of place, separated from the community almost as if it was ostracized.  A withdrawn seal among a community of seals &#...
  • The Seal That Is Changing My Life
    on Dec 2, 2010 in Personal Life Stories...
    Actually, all I could do is stare; mouth wide open getting angrier by the moment.  At a distance, the lonely seal just looked out of place, separated from the community almost as if it was ostracized.  A withdrawn seal among a community of seals &#...
  • An Attitude of Ingratitude
    on Nov 25, 2010 in Personal Life Stories...
    How often do we find ourselves prompting our children to say, “thank you”?  Whenever they’re offered a treat from a friend or someone helps them out we find ourselves asking, “Now, what do you say?”  We want our children to be respectful...
  • An Attitude of Ingratitude
    on Nov 25, 2010 in Personal Life Stories...
    How often do we find ourselves prompting our children to say, “thank you”?  Whenever they’re offered a treat from a friend or someone helps them out we find ourselves asking, “Now, what do you say?”  We want our children to be respectful...
  • Uncommon Freedom
    on Nov 17, 2010 in Personal Life Stories...
    A desire for freedom…it’s what causes every eighteen year old, who checked out at age sixteen, to get their own palace after graduation.  A desire for freedom is at the core of independence. I was in and out of the Minneapolis/St. Paul airpo...
  • Uncommon Freedom
    on Nov 17, 2010 in Personal Life Stories...
    A desire for freedom…it’s what causes every eighteen year old, who checked out at age sixteen, to get their own palace after graduation.  A desire for freedom is at the core of independence. I was in and out of the Minneapolis/St. Paul airpo...
  • NineteenFiftySeven
    on Nov 11, 2010 in Personal Life Stories...
    In 1957, Leave It To Beaver premiered on CBS portraying the ideal family to 171 million Americans glued to 47 million televisions in 39 million homes.  A few months later, American Bandstand, hosted by Dick Clark, goes national when it moved from Ph...
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