Monthly Archives: December 2011

Happy Birthday

I saw one of my Sunday school kids at church (1st grade). I asked her, “do you like when people remember your birthday?” She said, “yes.” I asked her whose birthday is it today? She replied…I don’t know. I said, … Continue reading

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It all adds up

As I am sitting here watching “It’s a Wonderful Life,” I am thinking about the impact we all have on others lives.  I think we sometimes think…well, what I do is not that big of a deal. Stop it. Every … Continue reading

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Do you see the Pearl?

I was in Publix grocery store this morning. I was riding my wheelchair scooter. A little 10 year old with Down’s Syndrome, Savannah, told her Dad she(me) almost hit me. I did not , but the girl was concerned. I … Continue reading

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