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Ten words…

Ten words…

I think by now that most of us have had enough of the wrangling between the political parties, trying to make a living, making relationships work, and raising good children.…

What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking?

What crazy weather we are having,  80 degrees one day and 30 degrees the next.  That is Michigan’s weather so please do not put that grill away….Being back from the Carolinas,…

Parent’s joy and sadness

Parent’s joy and sadness

I often talk to parents about the things that bring them the greatest joy and always at the top is the fact that their children and grandchildren believe in God…

Four magic words…

Four magic words…

There are four words that when put into practice would transform politics, business, churches, family life, and civic organizations. They determine the success or failure of much of our social…

Guess who?

Guess who?

Who in history was the victim of state sponsored terrorism and became a refugee along with her family, immigrating to a foreign country? Who went to live with a relative…

What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking?

Hay, it’s back to school and the busy life of the family, so here are several recipes that you all could use.  Starting with a cookie recipe which your youngsters can…

Love at work

Love at work

Recently I bumped into a former teacher friend and we discussed how much we miss teaching and being with fellow teachers and students. We are both retired and miss our…

Assessing Reform and the Election of Lansing Leadership

Assessing Reform and the Election of Lansing Leadership

A few weeks ago I alerted everyone about a troubling subject which affects property taxpayers, reform of the General Property Tax Act. I told how the General Property Tax would…

Visiting cemeteries

Visiting cemeteries

Whenever Mary Jo and I travel it seems we are attracted to cemeteries!? Each week I visit St. Henry Cemetery in Rosebush, pray the rosary and then get on with…

Noticing…

Noticing…

Ah! Summer! A time for vacations, for reunions, beaches, mountains, bond fires, fishing, swimming, traveling, camping, long evenings, a little wine and so much more. As you travel this summer…

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