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Our Perfect Baby

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When I last left you, we’d just arrived here at the hospital after Lucy had our baby girl two months early in the back of an ambulance without an epidural on Friday the thirteenth. You know, just your typical child birth. Well, we’re still here but things are looking good—really good. First, in my opinion, […]

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The Optimistic Explorer

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Medical waiting rooms provide interesting encounters. Hurting and sometimes fearful people are prime prospects for encouraging words and are often receptive to invitations to faith. Occasionally, there’s even a memorable article in one of the magazines provided for impatient patients that makes the wait worthwhile. Such was the case not long ago when, awaiting my […]

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Mike’s Musings – Will Big Business Snag Marijuana Licenses?

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Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor Last week I mused about Big Pharma and their part in the opioid epidemic. By willingly doling out pills to distributors, who then willingly sold them to unscrupulous clinics and doctors, millions of Americans have become addicted to pain pills causing nearly 50,000 deaths last year. Big Pharma has also been a […]

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