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The Falcon’s Eye…

Today, Janet and I had an incredible experience here at the Greenbrier. We did something that we have wanted to do for twenty years and just never took the time to do it - we took a class on birds ...

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An Unbelievable Work Ethic…

There's no doubt that Janet and I have both grown up with a degree of privilege. We grew up on the south side of Chicago, have lived in the western and northwestern suburbs there and then were fortunate enough to ...

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Once In a Lifetime…

The end of last month and September to date have been filled with anniversaries and remembrances of parents who are no longer with us. Janet and her sisters lost both their mother and father four years ago - and it ...

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Gobsmacked…

I was listening to the program "Sunday Morning" on CBS earlier today, and Jane Pauley was interviewing Hillary Clinton in advance of Clinton's new book, "What Happened." The book chronicles the campaign as well as what she believes are the ...

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Labor Day…

Monday, we celebrate the achievements of the American workforce and its contribution to the economy of the United States. Labor Day is a distinctly American holiday. It started back in the late 1800's and eventually gained momentum outside its origin ...

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Up, Up, but not Away…

We live near Conner Prairie, a living history museum that we have visited countless times throughout our time here in Indiana. During the summer months, the Indianapolis Symphony plays concerts there and throughout the year there are various programs - ...

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Wow! – That was Embarrassing…

Janet and I have been going through some old papers and came across several old life insurance polices from the late '70's and early 80's. Since I am trying to make sure things are current, I decided to call the ...

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Remembering Lexie…

We already miss her. After more than a month of illness, our Doberman Lexie wasn't getting any better. Although her blood work came back okay, further examination showed that she had a large tumor in her lung. We scheduled a ...

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In the Enemy Camp…

Throughout the years, I have noticed distinct differences in my experiences in the corporate world versus the things I have experienced in the theological realm. I know that these two areas should be more aligned, but that is not what ...

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In Congress…

...July 4, 1776. And so began one of the most important documents that has ever defined this country. Written under the premise that "all men are created equal" and that they are "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights" ...

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