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Gloriously Transported

Gloriously Transported

by Lauri Gwilt
July 15, 2017

Ever so slowly she entered the room with the aid of a walker, wearing a vibrant red and white muumuu, complete with a kitschy straw hat and festive yellow lei. Her companions were well-versed in the routine, and headed straight to the front of the ro... Read more

The Dance of Friendship

The Dance of Friendship

by Tania Carriere
July 9, 2017

*** Dance like nobody’s watching *** This used to be my motto. I’ve leaned on it when I’ve needed courage and freedom in all areas of my life, including dance; a passion that I have relegated to the... Read more

Places Beyond Question

Places Beyond Question

by Eric Alan
July 2, 2017

I celebrate that there are places which bring forth clarity and simplicity in me. I’m far from alone in this: most of us have beautiful, personal places of refuge where everything feels right and just seems to make sense. When we’re in one of th... Read more

Celebrating a Boy and his Bear

Celebrating a Boy and his Bear

by Russell Adcox
June 26, 2017

Of all of the icons of our son’s childhood that will eventually give way to cars and girlfriends and, ultimately, adulthood, I believe the one I will miss the most is this sad looking, worn out, ragged little stuffed bear.  Her name is “Jol... Read more

To Love Humanity Again

To Love Humanity Again

by Lauri Gwilt
June 15, 2017

The day 81-year-old Romek (Robbie) Waisman boarded the plane and occupied the seat next to me is a day I will remember forever. He had a kind face and a gentle way about him that instantly put me at ease. As we settled in for the long flight I noticed his b... Read more