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Unwrapping Memories

 In 1966 or ’67 the Army moved my family to Salina, Kansas. There was a decommissioned air base near Salina, converted to housing for families of soldiers in Vietnam. My father was a captain at the time. He would soon … Continue reading

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A Path of Peace

Note: this is an edited version of an essay I had posted elsewhere.  My last post, featuring memories of my father, recalled this one.  He has a birthday upcoming, and–as he was close to my current age at the time … Continue reading

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An Unlikely Lullaby

I was running conduit along the bar joists of an unfinished grocery store. Actually, I was moving a line of pipe that someone else had run beneath a skylight, and that was not going to fly with the client! It … Continue reading

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