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Something truly wonderful happened at the U.S. Open Golf Tournament at Bethpage Black.   The winner was Lucas Glover and he was ranked 71st in the world of golf.  Don't you love it when someone nobody expects to win achieves their dream?  Each day each of...

Just before the President spoke to the nation I went to the kitchen for a piece of peanut butter and jelly bread.  I'm not sure what it was but as I was about to spread the peanut butter something distracted me.  Whatever it was it...

The world is as full as ever with hedonistic rulers and dictators who live lavish lives of luxury while their people wallow in squalid poverty.   The leader of North Korea, despite his stroke, recently tried to add two new yachts to his fleet.  Last year...

Neptune is hiding behind Jupiter this week.  Actually, it is peeking out on the upper left hand side of Jupiter but you can't see it.  Jupiter is just too bright.  Almost everything but the moon is blanked out by Jupiter's reflected light.  It reminds me...

Do you ever wish you knew somebody famous so you could name-drop?  When others do it, it would be so satisfying to drop a name of someone more important than the one they used.  The best I can ever do is to say I had...

I don't think I ever said to another kid, "My father can beat up your father," even though I surely thought he could.  I thought of this because of Romans 8.  Paul wrote, "If God is for us, who can be against us?"  I think...

On our way home from school this evening my wife and I decided to stop at a local ice cream parlor.  It was a beautiful spring day and it seemed like a great way to start the evening.  Without looking at the prices I ordered...

I thought my windshield was clean.  There were no squashed bugs or bird droppings on it but when a low sun came blaring in I was blind.   An almost invisible film on the inside flared light all over the place.  I was afraid to put...

I loved Sunday afternoons when I was a boy.  Sunday afternoons were my alone time with my dad.  We had a truck and a dog and we had favorite places in the mountains.  When the weather was bad we went to the movies.  I loved...

It was a "mystical" day in central Massachusetts.  Especially in the afternoon, dark gray clouds lay low and swirled across the mountains moving in and out of the heavily hued groves of oaks, birches and maples.  It made one turn on one's windshield wipers at...