Monthly Archives: March 2015

Off We Go

Yes, Dimitris and I are headed to Europe again. He will stay three weeks longer than I do this time, giving him quality time to spend with his mother and sister. Also included in this trip will be side trips … Continue reading

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Only “Half-Slaves”

As I write this blog, I am reminded of what I read this morning as I read journal entries for March 7, 1965, and here’s what I read: March 7, 1965 (Sunday) – A terrible black day for America occurred … Continue reading

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ACA

Hardly anyone knows what the ACA stands for. Well, it’s the Affordable Care Act, which is more commonly known as Obamacare. At this time, the health care bill is before the Supreme Court which will decide whether the health care … Continue reading

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Wonder of Wonders! Miracle of Miracles!

I’m not sure whether or not I believe in miracles. I used to joke about “minor miracles,” a radio that starts working again suddenly or a clock that suddenly starts running again. I believe that Jesus must have done miraculous … Continue reading

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My “New” Neighbors

When I was growing up in Clinton, South Carolina, we had a neighborhood. The Adairs were just up the street as were the Neighbors. The Trammells lived next door to us, and the members of the neighborhood were always visiting … Continue reading

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The Substitute Teacher

I am a substitute teacher, the lowest of the low in the opinion of some students. I am a substitute by choice rather than by accident. I’m on the senior side of my teaching career, having taught Language Arts for … Continue reading

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