Monthly Archives: April 2013

Soul Food

 Soul Food is a very old expression in the African-American community. In running an errand for my neighbor lady I went to the local ethnic grocery store. El Rey is a popular Mexican grocery that is apparently thriving. They’ve remodeled … Continue reading

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Tattoos – What to Tell the Kids

Once upon a time (in my own Wisconsin childhood) tattoos were illegal. How or why they were first outlawed and later legalized again is a mystery to me. It was probably some lawyer who argued for “freedom of expression”.  As … Continue reading

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The Hardest Lesson In Life

The hardest lesson in life is acceptance. The hardest lesson in life is to accept the fact that God favors some over others. Some of us are intolerably lucky. Some have no luck at all.  Some of us are born … Continue reading

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