Monthly Archives: September 2016

My Questions for a Non-Believer

When happiness overflows, And laughter smothers sadder things, Who is your Savior?   When you lie awake at night, scared to death of morning –the lightening of the horizon mocks as it promises daylight, Who offers you comfort?   When … Continue reading

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To the Mom who Thinks She has Something to Prove

For those who regularly read my blog, you have most likely determined by now that my son can be a bit of a hellion, a renegade, a bruiser, a nutcase…You can pick whichever name you like, either way, he is … Continue reading

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Who Should I Thank for my Racism?

I am not racist.   Despite the fact that I grew up in a predominantly white community in North Dakota, I was not unaware or immune to the many racist comments and viewpoints I encountered.   I was not racist … Continue reading

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