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Wow, Thank You, and Yes!

Almost exactly a year ago on this blog I rather sheepishly revealed a guilty pleasure: Hallmark Christmas movies. This year, a year of  ugly politics, horrific tragedy, and unre- relenting gloom, I am watching even more and learning why these … Continue reading

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Do You Have an Anchor-Hold?

Long ago, I was taught that reading fiction requires “suspending our disbelief.” Today we have to suspend our belief so that we can determine what is fiction. Perhaps in 2017, we can call truth a “shape-shifter,” transforming its form at … Continue reading

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