Monthly Archives: December 2021

Christmas Cheer–Part Four (Encore)

“A family is a unit composed not only of children but of men, women, an occasional animal, and the common cold.” ~Ogden Nash For most children, Christmas morning is the most magical part of the most magical time of the year. But … Continue reading

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Christmas Cheer–Part Three (Encore)

      “To the world, you may be just one person, but to one person you may be the world.”  –Brandi Snyder The gate agent wears a Santa Claus hat, but offers neither a smile nor a “Ho ho … Continue reading

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Christmas Cheer–Part Two (Encore)

“I don’t believe in mathmatics” — Albert Einstein The intensity of the cold surprised Toby as much as his sudden and painful arrival–face down in a layer of feathery snow too thin to cushion him from the hard-pack beneath it. … Continue reading

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Christmas Cheer–Part One (Encore)

“The invisible and the non-existent look very much alike.” ~Delo McKown “They’re gone,” Mrs. Binderburg said. She set a plate of cookies on the kitchen table and lowered herself into a straight-backed chair. She stared at the cookies for a time, … Continue reading

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