Tag Archives: Michael Brown

Figuring out Ferguson: What’s Next?

I’m trying to make sense of the Ferguson decision and realize sadly, there is no sense. I’ve put my faith in a system that failed to deliver. The memory of Michael Brown is now tarnished by injustice, and the violent, … Continue reading

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Remembering the Children

Anticipating a few days at our lake house with one son and his family, I’ll spend a good part of today scurrying around collecting items we need, shopping and cooking. I’m envisioning our activities together and smile. I’m thinking also … Continue reading

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