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Furry companions are part of the family

Today I was inspired. First from a TED Talk by Tim Urban about the minds of procrastinators. Urban writes a blog about all sorts of stuff, some of which is so scientific and deep it can look intimidating. Regardless, Tim […]

Furry companions are part of the family

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Today I was inspired. First from a TED Talk by Tim Urban about the minds of procrastinators. Urban writes a blog about all sorts of stuff, some of which is so scientific and deep it can look intimidating. Regardless, Tim […]

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Leading by Example: Christian newscaster Tim Tooten believes ‘We are all held accountable’

For almost thirty years, Dr. Tim Tooten Sr. has covered the education beat for WBAL-TV 11 News. Tooten is widely respected in the news business and has won a

Unplanned children: A Christmas story

There is a sort of insanity that takes over during the holidays. No, I’m not talking about the commercialism of Christmas or the driving or the loads of edible

Bystander with passing thoughts

Recently, my mother in-law had a massive stroke and as I write this, she lay dying in a bed in our front room that hospice delivered a few days

Christmas moment arrives unexpected with an angel

Every Christmas, I wait for The Moment. The Moment is the seconds — or, if I am lucky, a minute or two — where the true meaning of Christmas

Thanksgiving memories and ribeye steak

Photo above: The house on W. Idaho Street, as it looks today. Site of the Great Ghost Story and Reveal. Today is Thanksgiving Day when we celebrate everything we love

Hanging with family can be a great vacation

When most couples think about going on vacation, they think about getting away from everyone but themselves. They think about heading off to a tropical island, or touring a

12 Dates of Christmas

I admit I’m a nerd and that I love making lists a lot more than the average person. I also like planning stuff a lot more than the average

Eclectic doctors: They chose any means available to help their patients

Rush Medical College opened in 1843 in Chicago, IL, with 22 students.  The school was named for Dr Benjamin Rush, who signed the Declaration of Independence and was known

Goodbye Kyra

(Kyra and Brandon) Dear family and friends, This is one of the hardest letters I have ever had to write - a week ago, last Wednesday, we lost our beautiful daughter

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