Monthly Archives: May 2015

If There’s Anything …

I’m tempted to just write the words “Thank you” and be done with it this week. After all, what else is there for me to say? I’m referring, of course, to the steady stream of comments, offers and good wishes … Continue reading

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Full View

My wife Heather may be the happiest person to ever receive an MS diagnosis. “Yes!” she shouted after the doctor’s call came in Wednesday afternoon. “I told them I was sick! I told them I was sick!” Regular readers know … Continue reading

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Making Faces

At the risk of letting my inner geek out, I think I’ve figured out the real reason Spider-Man wears a mask. Oh, don’t worry. This isn’t one of those oddball columns that discusses Superman’s immigration status or Batman’s patent protection. … Continue reading

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Words of Honor

“He wrapped himself in quotations – as a beggar would enfold himself in the purple of Emperors.” — Rudyard Kipling   Slowly but surely, the words are claiming the wall. Muhammad Ali watches from one point, Saint Paul from another. … Continue reading

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