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Every Life Matters: What One “Useless Life” Taught Me

  She lay against the stark white sheets of the gurney, her face gray and her hands bent awkwardly inward in the characteristic manner of the disabled. A series of strokes had long-silenced her lilting Southern twang, and she communicated much as an infant, her cries and grunts only distinguishable to the initiated. At the […]

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Every Life Matters: The Gift of Existence

It would have been so much easier to die. Nearly nineteen years ago, our son lay paralyzed in the grass of a church lawn in Canada. He was practicing backflips with a friend when he missed a rotation, fell on his head, and broke his neck nearly at his skull. As a friend ran for […]

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You’re invited! Celebrate the E-Book Release of Song in the Night!

There’s a Song in the Night E-Book Release Party this Saturday on Facebook. It’s an online event celebrating the release of my first book “Song in the Night” in e-book format (which is available on Amazon’s Kindle). There will be a 3-hour day full of remembrance. This will include photos, quotes from her book, a […]

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