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margie-marybelle-mckinnon's picture
“The world is so full of a number of things, I’m sure we should all be as happy as kings.”  While bedridden with tuberculosis, Robert Louis Stevenson wrote this little homily in 1883 as part of A Child’s Garden of Verses. Before I completed recovery, I would read this and it only angered me....
hasmukh-amathalal's picture
Smile on my face I made sentimental error Even thought it did cost me an honor I was felled like ripen fruit The fall was not at all worthy to treat  Falling from honor to disgrace Can never bring happiness on face! It is almost unbearable death It stops normal...
margie-marybelle-mckinnon's picture
I apologize to my readers for not providing an article last week.  My husband Tom and I were at my older brother’s home for a few days in Tucson, Az. My brother is very different. He not only doesn’t have a computer or the Internet he also doesn’t have a television. He has a dishwasher but...
alan-black's picture
When was the last time you were up to no good? It's a bit of a walk, lots of dark lanes to run through, a steep hill too with cliffs. Falling off as the cliff crumbles. That's the kind of experience gained when you get up to the heights of no good. And it's some view up there, you can see as clear...