Monthly Archives: July 2016

Relax – There are no Mistakes!


“Crossroads” I’ve got nothing on my mind, Nothing to remember, Nothing to forget. And I’ve got nothing to regret. But I’m all tied up on the inside, No one knows quite what I’ve got, And I know that on the … Continue reading

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Just Stories


“You get old and you realize there are no answers, just stories.” Garrison Keillor On July 2nd, America bid farewell to weekly visits with the Prairie Home Companion storyteller, Garrison Keillor, who says he is not retiring, just taking time … Continue reading

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Joe Friday was Wrong – On Policing Today


“Just give me the facts, ma’am, only the facts!” Joe Friday would intone as he questioned a witness on Dragnet.  At least that’s what my family thought they heard as we gathered round the TV and watched Sgt. Friday speedily … Continue reading

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Clap Your Hands


I remember it like it was yesterday. My sister and I sat totally still in front of the TV. Mary Martin, playing Peter Pan, was asking for our help for Tinkerbell. She was desperately ill because of the lack of … Continue reading

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