The long days of {a mother’s} summer

Thoughts on a world full of tragedy School took place from late August until the end of May, but summer was when you got your education. It was July?of 1994 and we were free. ?A two-wheeled Huffy gave my brother and I all the freedom we could ever need. ?We’d bike down 2 streets and knock at the door of my brother’s friend, then zigzag?on to the next house, our numbers growing each time. An empty acre of grass?beckoned — …

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Hey Christians, do you really value life?

Dear Christian, I see you wearing a pro-life shirt, yet you scowl when I sit next to you at the restaurant. You see, that baby turns into a squirmy, squealing 17-month old.? She’s full of movement and determined to never lose to her older brothers. I hear you joke that you’re glad your hotel room isn’t next to mine.? And then wonder if I’m maybe a Catholic or a Mormon. I’m not, but I love Jesus. ?You know, the guy …

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