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Fond Final Words

Two years ago I began writing these blogs to express my fondest dream for sometime living in Hawaii. My brother Dan who lives in Honolulu told me that “… what a Mainlander has to say ABOUT Hawaii helps remind we … Continue reading

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Unnoticed Abilities

Hollywood has ruined us.  When we watch a film there will be, at some point, a difficulty which precipitates a crisis which, by the end of the film, the protagonist will somehow overcome.  But life is sometimes not like that; … Continue reading

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Loving Unrewarded

In an episode of “Hoarders” the individual took the film crew from room to room, or more accurately from mountain to mountain, showing off all of the bead supplies, paint supplies, knitting supplies… room after room of it.  When asked … Continue reading

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Rapturous Dysfunctionality

An episode of Hoarders featured a very pious woman who fervently believed that the return of Jesus Christ is imminent, along with the Rapture that is supposed to follow that return.  Belief concerning the Rapture is that those who have … Continue reading

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Embracing

I was watching an interview in which the interviewer asked a Hawaiian: “How many words do you have in your language?”  The Hawaiian’s response was: “How many words do you need for us to have in order for you to … Continue reading

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What Are You Thinking?

In our small Georgia town of Rincon good quality restaurants have a dismal record of making it beyond their first year, almost as if the lack of grits on the menu condemns the place to insolvency.  The exception to this … Continue reading

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Secret Luggage

Having landed at Savannah International I proceeded downstairs to the baggage area.  Like refugees crowding around a United Nations food truck we huddled around the baggage carousel, watching suitcase after suitcase trundle by.  A suitcase went by me that had … Continue reading

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