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In Memorial

Today is Memorial Day, a day in which we here in America pay tribute to those who have died in service to our country; men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice for the freedoms the rest of us enjoy. 208 more words


Parental Guidance & Offensive Movie Favorites

For all its grittiness, this tale of physical and moral metamorphosis offers an incisive study of the need for universal solidarity and a portrait of marital love that at least some adult viewers may find valuable.

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Sage: 41 Months


Normally I try to talk about a whole month when I write these letters, but this time I want to just talk about today. 1,123 more words


On Keeping Our Kids Catholic: The Indispensable Minimum

It took who I was and where I came from to make me who I am. For that I have to thank my late parents, Arthur and Amelia Neville.

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From God-Haunted Lunatic

My Sunday Photo: Devil-may-care

It seems to be common for a third child to have something of a devil-may-care attitude.

Isaac, our oldest, has always been cautious. He carefully assesses any new situation for potential hazards and is rarely the first to try something new. 366 more words


171. For My Son

For My Son
by Jason Tomlinson

I walked him on his first day today I walked him on his last
six years of elementary school – of course it went way too fast… 144 more words


Four and a half years.

Wow. Things are getting very real. I wake everyday now and think about how this day could be the day our little bundle arrives. With all of this excitement to come I can’t help but think about where we have come from. 434 more words