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Finding My Strong Tower

The day I learned my 67-­year-­old mother had colon cancer and needed surgery, I took it in stride. My logical brain side took over. I am a pharmacist. I knew the medical community was making strides in cancer treatment and longevity of life. I had much hope…

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Grace to Live a Life Sentence

Stacie, my sixteen-year-old daughter, was outgoing and beautiful, full of hopes and dreams. Until one man destroyed them in a single moment. He stalked our family for two weeks and waited until Stacie was home alone. He slipped in through an unlocked door

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A Father’s Love… at Last

I remember serving his first drink at six years old. Seagram’s 7 and water was his trademark. I got the glass from the cupboard, lifted the ½ gallon whiskey bottle onto the counter and slowly poured it into the cup. Then I topped it off with some water, just like he liked it. Alcohol or […]

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When Saying Goodbye Doesn’t Make Sense

“Mr. Rosa, take your time, we don’t have to unplug the machine until you’re ready.” I will never forget these words. The next thing I remember was a warm embrace from a kindhearted fellow, whose name I never asked. With my face buried on his shoulder,

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Looking Good but Living a Lie

At twenty-seven I thought I had everything going for me. I made decent money as a waiter pursuing an acting career in Hollywood. I drove a red convertible, had an agent, and partied every night with a different woman. Whatever happened to the kid who grew up going to Catholic school

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