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When I answered the phone, I could barely understand Reid through his sobbing. “Dad, Sheldon’s dead.” In an instant, we had all lost special person. Sheldon and Reid had been friends all of their childhood. Sheldon was one … Continue reading
Publisher: dwinger Volume No. 7 Issue No. 2 Feb. 25, 09 Today is the beginning of Lent, a time for prayer, fasting, and almsgiving, a time for reflection by the Church, and a time for personal reflection. Teague and I … Continue reading
Publisher: dwinger Volume No. 4 Issue No 21 Date Jul. 27, 05 Cancer, the word alone stills the heart. Is there anyone this dreaded disease hasn’t touched in one way or another? The cure is hell in itself. We must … Continue reading
Camp Alphie finished up last Friday. It seemed to a joyful time for all. The group of teens that I went with for a couple of nights of songs, games, and reflections on Christ did a great job. We had … Continue reading
Publisher: dwinger Volume No. 4 Issue No 3 Date Jan. 19, 05 We have a guest writer for Mary Mail today. It is Teague’s Father, Ed, also known in these parts as Papoo. Have you ever given credit for something … Continue reading