Monthly Archives: July 2014

Grief is Universal

In his “Media Equation” column in the New York Times of July 28, 2014, David Carr reminds us that television brought the Vietnam War into our living rooms and around our supper tables. The first war to “invade” our homes … Continue reading

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A Visit to Scotland

I just returned from two weeks wandering the Argyll regions of Scotland with 39 others exploring, for the most part, the historical sites associated with the great Clan Campbell. We visited many castles, among them Kilchurn, Scone, Blair, Stirling, Inveraray, … Continue reading

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Give Me Strength

My mother always said that we should pray for the strength to handle what ever life sends us. This week I did a lot of praying. Winding up a contractual job, putting a downpayment on an apartment to which I … Continue reading

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