Monthly Archives: August 2010

Traveling Light

  One of the most difficult parts of traveling on an airplane or train is when a person has tons and tons of luggage. Not only does it cost more these days, but keeping track of all that stuff can … Continue reading

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In the Still of the Night

  The skies in the country are filled with enjoyment in the middle of the night. With the twinkling stars, and soft summer night breezes and a moon so bright that it seems like day, one finds it very easy … Continue reading

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When Soldiers are Away

  Wives, husbands, mothers, fathers, children, and grandchildren all over the nation know the pain that accompanies the absence of someone they love who is in the military. Days go by, and weeks go slowly. Sometimes months and years pass … Continue reading

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Giving Unitl It Changes

  Today is another MRZ CENTRE Outreach day. As early as seven o clock in the morning on a Saturday people will begin to line Monroe Street in downtown Tallahassee where they will receive the opportunity to have groceries, clothing, … Continue reading

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When the Contrary Winds Blow

  The is something mysterious about being out on a humid summer night when the wind isn’t blowing at all. The sticky feeling upon one’s face is enough to drive anyone to the nearest ventilated building, and if a person … Continue reading

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Going Beyond Oneself

  A friend of mine came to me with a problem. It seems that she was losing antifreeze in her car, and really didn’t know from where the leak was coming. Every day she methodically checked the fluid in her … Continue reading

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A Charlie Berry Day

  There used to be a cartoon that came on television called “Charlie Berry”. Charlie Berry was a bear who seemed to have everything that could go wrong happen to him. The idea of Murphy’s Law took over, and poor … Continue reading

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