Everybody Loved Jack

I have mentioned my first cousin, Jack Lerner, several times as my companion during a few minor escapades in our earlier days. He was a good athlete, made letters at West Denver High School in baseball, tennis and golf. He was a friendly who made friends easily and was always […]

Flash Bulb Memory

When I was about five or six years old, my tonsils and adenoids were extracted. I don’t remember what my symptoms were to cause this, but I knew something very bad was going to happen. I was not allowed to go outside to play; the dining-room table was opened all […]

“In The Beginning…”

Lillith greeted Yehovah as he arrived at the entrance of their dwelling. Despite the customary warm greeting, Yehovah could see that she was troubled.   As predictable, her distress was worry about their youngster, Elohim. “Yehovah, it is my feeling that Elohim has reached the stage in his existence when he […]

My Grandmother

My Grandmother, my Mother’s Mother (I never knew my Father’s parents), was a short stocky women, who moved with a bouncy step that made you get out of her way without being told.  She almost always knew what she was doing and what she was going to do in the […]

On Being A Parent

Brent was born Jan. 11, 1955, 4 ½ years after our marriage.  I was 33 and Maxine was 31 years old at the time of his birth.  Brent was our first and only.  Maxine was not supposed to get pregnant because of a childhood bout of lupus, but accidents do […]

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