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Bad Weenie Dogs!!
OUR MUG SHOTS My name is Winston and I’m four months old. My big sister, Li’l Red is three years old. We live with our two sisters, Mina (3 yrs) & Dixie (9 mo). Mom and Dad moved us way … Continue reading
Mothers Day: Best or Worst Holiday EVER?
Mothers Day….ah, the joy and celebration. Love and hugs and warm fuzzy feelings abound. Retailers are making a mint. Kids are burning breakfast and pouncing on their mothers’ beds in the wee hours with handmade cards, hugs, and kisses. The … Continue reading
A HIGH SCHOOL ACQUAINTANCE RE-DISCOVERED
A HIGH SCHOOL ACQUAINTANCE RE-DISCOVERED I’ve recently reconnected with a high school classmate via FaceBook. I remember him well. Back then he was Murray Paul Mitchell. He was a shy boy, slight in frame, with a nice smile. He was … Continue reading
Do You Know This Guy?
I know a guy. He’s young (30-something), able bodied, relatively intelligent, but with number of dead brain cells from way too much pill-popping and pot-smoking in his life. (God bless him…if he’d get saved God might be able to work … Continue reading
It’s a Choice: Are You A Materialistic Christian?
In today’s society, with the ever increasing numbers of young people reaching the age where they are doing their own shopping, materialism seems to be worse than before. Gone are the days of kids being satisfied with a BB gun … Continue reading
NEWSFLASH: YOU’RE AN ADDICT
You may think you have your friends and family, your employers, your kids’ school teachers, and everyone else fooled into thinking you’re not…….but we all know. Some people may judge you, but we don’t. We love you, but hate … Continue reading
Staying Sane Around An Addict
I have learned that one problem with people who do drugs is that they are self-centered. Drug use is self-gratifying. A person does not get high so someone else will feel no pain, cope, or check out of reality; they … Continue reading
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Open Letter to My Incarcerated Daughter
Dear Daughter, My heart holds more love for you than you will likely ever know. I have loved you from the moment I knew you had been conceived and I love you now. I don’t like or approve of everything … Continue reading