Monthly Archives: February 2019

A Rather Large Bucket Of Lemonade

I’m quite sure all of you have heard the expression “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” It’s trite, and usually just the opposite of what we do with the bitter taste of defeat, the acid of anger, or the … Continue reading

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Black History Month Is For Henry

Anyone that reads this blog regularly knows that I’m not big on hyphenated Americanism. I truly feel that you’re an American unless you’re previously from somewhere else, and have recently gained your citizenship. After some reasonable period, say five years, … Continue reading

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Minnesota Is A Winter Wonderland For Dolts

Og, one of the prehistoric inhabitants of the area that would become Minnesota turned to his wife one day and said, “It is cold. I never would have expected this when the days have grown so short.” Og’s wife, Julie, … Continue reading

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This Review By Peter Younghusband Says It All

Now and again you roll the dice as an author and leap in a new direction. Nicholas of Haiti was a nearly complete shift from Assault on Saint Agnes in genre. But it was a book on my heart, and … Continue reading

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