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Four months ago yesterday the storm came to a head

Yesterday was my four month anniversary of my life-saving liver transplant. That’s old news, right? I mean, you might be thinking, “Okay already! Move on.” I get it. I really do. We get sick of hearing something repeatedly. I remember … Continue reading

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From the ruins

It was day 7 after an earthquake in Haiti. The world had been watching hopeless, warlike images broadcast from every news organization known. Gray. Everything is gray. Colorless dust clouds. That has been my observation. Pancaked buildings. Gray block piles of … Continue reading

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HAITI – You are not useless or powerless!

I feel pretty useless. Or maybe “powerless” is a better word. So many are suffering in Haiti and here I sit. I’ve sent my money to Compassion International and have texted so that the Red Cross would get $10. But … Continue reading

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What do I have? You can have it.

I am so pumped that so many people look past themselves and just give what they have. I just called my friend Greg. Greg is a roofer. He’s one of those friends that I have on the outskirts of my … Continue reading

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