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From Where I Sit: I’ll be home for Thanksgiving
Wednesday Dec 03 2014
It all started last year after Christmas. I started thinking about my dad. As an adult I have only seen him twice, briefly, and had never spent a holiday with him. It’s a lon ...
From Where I Sit: Thankfulness is boring
Wednesday Nov 26 2014
Do you ever get tired of Thanksgiving? Do you feel overwhelmed with traditional expectations that accompany the holiday? Would you rather lie down to sleep and wake up on Dec ...
From Where I Sit: Sometimes voters just want a fresh scapegoat
Wednesday Oct 29 2014
Election Day is upon us. Mark it down and remember to vote. Those who are supposed to know are predicting an extremely weak turnout. I’ll be there, Lord willing, and hope you ...
From Where I Sit: Welcome, Muslim Community of Folsom
Thursday Oct 16 2014
Last week the Telegraph announced on its front page an open house/luncheon sponsored by the Muslim Community of Folsom on Saturday, Oct. 11. I eagerly attended this special event. ...
From Where I Sit: It’s better to accept the random daily ambiguous events of life
Thursday Oct 09 2014
Sometimes I write these columns and get no response. In fact, most times it is that way, and that is OK. However, sometimes a column will inspire someone to invest enough energy to ...
From where I sit: Does the Star Spangled Banner still wave?
Wednesday Sep 17 2014
We commemorated two memorable events last week. The more recent one was the 13th anniversary of 9/11. There is a balance between the two extremes of totally forgetting ...
Frosty Nights, Falling Leaves and Football
Tuesday Sep 09 2014
Besides the obvious act of consulting a calendar, you can tell that autumn is well on its way, maybe even arriving early. The leaves have been changing colors and dropping since Au ...
From Where I Sit: The view from my very limited vantage point
Tuesday Aug 19 2014
In spite of lifelong efforts at knowledge, ignorance seeps through all of us. Our ignorance is greater than our knowledge. I try to capture something here in 400 words containing s ...
From Where I Sit: What in the world is going on?
Wednesday Aug 13 2014
What in the world is going on? I mean, literally. Our world seems to be like a huge pile of dry gunpowder and numerous matches are lit all around. I know we have always had war and ...
From Where I Sit: Pictures actually do last longer
Wednesday Aug 06 2014
This past weekend we celebrated Carol’s big birthday by getting together at the family cabin at Donner Lake. It took a bit of planning and wasn’t a complete surprise. ...
From Where I Sit: Celebrating 11 years writing for The Telegraph
Tuesday Jul 29 2014
I didn’t mean to plan it this way, but last week the column was about milestones and highlights. It just so happens this week marks 11 years now of my writing weekly for the ...
From Where I Sit: Looking back, living forward
Tuesday Jul 22 2014
We live life going forward but every so often stop to look backward. Some of us do more than our share of retrospection. Keeping diaries and journals is helpful for this exercise. ...
From Where I Sit: The newest adventure – AT&T Park
Wednesday Jul 16 2014
I grew up in Baltimore and attended numerous Orioles games at the now demolished Memorial Stadium, including the final game ever played there. Since then I have seen baseball game ...
From Where I Sit: A bustin’ time at the rodeo
Tuesday Jul 08 2014
Cross another one off of the bucket list. After living here for 15 years, we finally attended the local rodeo this year. My stepson and his family were in town. The grandkids are 9 ...
From Where I Sit: I proudly love America and Americans
Tuesday Jul 01 2014
July is unofficially mission month at Sacramento Zion Presbyterian Church. We have 30 members going to the Philippines, as well as three others to Jordan and Syria. It looks to be ...
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