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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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Masculinity Is A Wonderful Thing

There is always a fever gripping the nation about some stupid catchphrase. We’re seeing the rise of “Toxic Masculinity” at the moment. Mind you, if I wrote about toxic femininity, there would be a rush to the ramparts to pour … Continue reading

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A Spoonful Of Sugar

Let’s start today’s blog by defining what a volunteer is in this context: An unpaid, non-employee who gives of their time, money, and heart to see your endeavor succeed. Volunteers do such diverse things as paint pictures with small children … Continue reading

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Mary Poppins Is A Classic You Need To Revisit

This past weekend my wife and I took the time to go and see Mary Poppins Returns. When I first saw the trailer, I was deeply saddened: too many badly done remakes already. I was sure they would ruin one … Continue reading

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