Monthly Archives: December 2010

In The Bleak Midwinter

I wrote this ten years ago just before Christmas.  I often wonder if the two little boys who appear in my story are still alive: IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER It’s cold here. That’s not unusual since it’s the middle of … Continue reading

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A Eucharistic Morning

Mariellen and I will be going to Holy Mass, soon.  Will you? If not, I do hope that you encounter Him somewhere along your day.  This is the season, and now is the time for such.  he comes closer, and … Continue reading

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Schizophrenia

We were on our way to work.  But, first we had to mail some letters.  The main post office in downtown Nashua was in grid-lock, lines of Christmas card and package mailers backed up to the door, lines of waiting … Continue reading

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“Happy Holidays!”

I have to remember what time of year this is (You know “…and on earth peace, good will to men…”) or I might just lose control and be found in the middle of some busy intersection yelling at the top … Continue reading

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