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A Best Seller!

Have you ever read a book so good that you were actually sad when you finished it? Well, I’m thinking my life with my beautiful wife, Sherry, is like one of those awesome books. Our anniversary today is the beginning of the rest of our life together, and we are eagerly anticipating the rest of the story. And—this is the best part… Read the rest of this entry »

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I Don’t Care

 

The poem is one of many I’ve written for Sherry. We celebrated our nineteenth anniversary this past week, and  we intend to continue celebrating our life together for many years to come. God has blessed us so much, but the greatest blessing of all is the unconditional love He gives us, and an ever increasing ability to love each other the way He loves us.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Dearest John:

A couple of years ago, I wrote a series of short stories which could still make it to novella or novel, should I ever be inspired to dive back into it. It’s a love story, with a bit of suspense and intrigue thrown in for good measure. I don’t know that you could term our years together as being full of suspense and intrigue, but they have certainly been full of ups and downs and blessings to many to count. Today, Sherry and I will celebrate eighteen years together, and I’m going to use the excuse that I’ve been too busy moving us into our dream house on the lake to write her a poem. But, I’ll post this old one and dedicate it to her. She is, after all, the reason I write.

Here’s to at least eighteen more, my Dearest wife. I love you! Read the rest of this entry »

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God, I Hope That’s Her

In the spring of 1995, I was just winding down from a period in my life when I had severely tested the boundaries between right and wrong. I look back on those days and wonder how I survived, much less became the somewhat decent man I am. I credit God for both, but he has a co-star in the latter; Read the rest of this entry »

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