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THE ART OF OUR FACES

By Kay Etheredge This is not a story about Georgia Tann, although her story affected me as nothing else has in quite a while.  I began writing this last week on my day at Brother […]

THEY TOOK A CHANCE ON ME

MATTHEW ZARNA’S STORY By Kay Etheredge When I heard Matthew Zarna’s story I pictured the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding. He talked about big Sunday dinners with extended family at his parents’ home in Fairfield, and […]

THE PHEASANT

By Kay Etheredge It is quiet and I am not eavesdropping but I can hear snatches of conversation coming from down the hall.  Daniel Roberson is talking to someone about forgiveness.  His voice is deliberate […]

ADDICTION

by Kay Etheredge I’ve written before about my own struggles with weight.  I know it doesn’t necessarily compare with drug and alcohol addiction but it is similar enough that I feel like I can sympathize […]

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