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Sunday #42: October 14, 2012 – I Don’t Understand “People”

I don’t understand “people.” I know I am part of “people,” and we are alike in many ways. The parts I don’t understand are the ways we are not alike. It may come across as egocentric, but there are some … Continue reading

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Sunday #4: January 22, 2012 – Staggering Statistics about Drunk Driving

Last week’s drunk driving tragedy in my neighbourhood has stayed on my mind this week. Nothing further appeared in the newspaper as a follow-up to the accident, so I don’t even know the name of the man who died. I … Continue reading

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Sunday #3: January 15, 2012 – Why do people drive drunk?

Originally I had a different post all ready to go today, but at the last minute I changed my mind. Something happened in my neighbourhood this morning that made me want to write about it.  Although I didn’t hear the noise, … Continue reading

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Sunday #2: January 8, 2012 – Wheels on the Bus

When my sister-in-law Susen heard about 52 Sundays, she asked me if I would have trouble finding something to write about every week. With confidence, I told her I didn’t think it would a problem. I told her I always … Continue reading

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