Monthly Archives: September 2010

Flight Captain’s Memory Box

Because of the strong side winds, the Captain quietly adjusted the trim wheel that would bend the rudder in a little more causing the big plane to fly slightly crab-like over the German countryside. These were the kinds of runs … Continue reading

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Let Go of My Lego

He ran screaming down the hall. “Let Go of My Lego!” His mother rapidly not closing on him; and the door slammed shut on the discussion. She leaned panting against the door jam, not even trying the knob she knew … Continue reading

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Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory

The days of summer will never be the same. Much can be said about the loss of innocence, that you can’t go home again, but the plain truth is we get older and grow up. The all too brief time … Continue reading

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