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OPENING THE MAIL

By Kay Etheredge A siren throbs loud like a toothache right outside the door as I sit in my part-time, borrowed office at Brother Bryan Mission.   It is Friday and my only day to work […]

HAPPILY EVER AFTER

by Kay Etheredge The August sun glares through the open blinds as a young couple pulls up to park just outside.  They are young and attractive and she locks her purse in the trunk and […]

BASEBALL DIAMOND MEMORIES

by Kay Etheredge He blocked out most of his childhood, but he does remember clearly what happened one summer day when he went up to bat—he remembers it because it was the day his dad […]

WHAT CAUSES A MAN TO FAIL

By Kay Etheredge A friend told me once that when she was a teenager she bought a pair of jean shorts that she knew were way too short.  She modeled them for her mom who […]

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