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Don’t Be Cruel…

It is very difficult to mind my tongue when I’m feeling defensive or emotional.  Most every time when I verbally lash out, I regret the words I’ve said and know I cannot take them back.  Whether I’m later contrite is … Continue reading

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The Possibilities

I write this as pitchers and catchers begin reporting for Spring Training.  For fans of baseball, it is as much a sign of springtime as melting snow, budding florae and newborn fauna.  To quote my ol’ friend, Shaun Hynes, The … Continue reading

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Opening Day

April 4, 2012 was Opening Day of baseball season and in the evening I found myself at a T-ball game at the local Little League Field.  The significance of going to a game to watch some five-year-old’s play the first … Continue reading

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The Sun Also Rises

I know I am aging.  There are many obvious indicators of my advancing years, some with accompanying pain for me… as well as for those of you who must look at me.  And I see, as one of those gauges … Continue reading

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