Monthly Archives: February 2014

Milo Stranger Part 11- Rock of Ages

Back then there weren’t so many places to go, not so many places that felt right. The earth was shifting under us, vibrations working their way to the surface. Boys were graduating high school, could be in Pawtucket today and … Continue reading

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Is Mike Huckabee Against Pre-natal Care?

About 10 years ago I met ‘Mrs. Bendu’. Mrs. Bendu was American-born, but her family was Liberian. She grew up in Liberia and had a long career as a midwife before retiring in the US. Mrs. Bendu traveled all over, … Continue reading

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After 9/11, Postal Workers on the Front Lines

We take the Post Office for granted. Since the founding of our country the US Mail has connected America from the cities to the most remote farms and villages. In the months after 9/11, postal workers were on the front … Continue reading

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