Monthly Archives: April 2011

I was 16 once.

I rode my scooter to church today. I was about to head for home from church. A 16 year old, yelled Kim. I looked. It was her, Kay.  Kay had pain previously in her eyes. She was coming around. We … Continue reading

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Remember the teacher?

Remember the teacher that influenced who you are today? I’ve been looking for mine for years. Today, I found her to say Thank you. I found I was getting misty eyed and choaked up when I told Sr. Francis the … Continue reading

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