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  • Or So it Seems … Saying Goodbye To Books

    I lugged two boxes to my classroom, my arms aching. Once there, I spread out scores of books on the table in the front of the room. “Take one or two,” I said. “There’s some good stuff here.”   My students exchanged puzzled glances, and then a couple darted forward. A few others cautiously joined [...]

    Redding’s Stillwater Should Welcome Sriracha to Grow Chilies; Bottle Sauce

    The Stillwater Water Business Park has been in the news looking for it’s first tenant. How about contacting Huy Fong Foods, the manufacturer of  Sriracha ”Rooster” Hot Sauce, to see if they’d like to relocate? Sriracha ”Rooster” Hot Sauce, which I am a big fan of, has been in the news because the city of Irwindale is threatening [...]

    Heaven on Two Wheels

    “God wired us a little bit differently than everybody else.” —Invocation by race chaplain Fred Sumrall at the Shasta Dam Grand Prix, Sunday, April 13 Seconds after being informed that there were perhaps more than a few loose screws among them, more than a 100 motorcyclists roared off the line at the 30th annual Shasta [...]

    Where’s Our Compassion for Women and Children?

    We need to do a little soul searching in the good old USA. We need to come to some understanding about why we care so little about women and children. Why do we put up with a situation where there are nearly 500,000 rape kits in this country that have never been tested, some going [...]

    Free Therapy # 35: The Rooms of the Mind

    In my last blog I explored the two rooms of the mind, the courtroom and the science room or laboratory. In the first room we find a judge, critic or evaluator who uses the blunt tools of goodness, badness, rightness, wrongness, guilt and innocence. In the courtroom mind we stand apart from the object of [...]

    Or So it Seems … Up on the Rooftop

    Once a year, in April, my house tries to kill me. That’s when I go to the rooftop to prance around, attempting to revive my aging swamp cooler. Sure, I’m up there in the fall, too. But it’s no problem to cork it up, and shut it down. Simple. But my spring rendezvous to reawaken [...]

    Or So it Seems … Shipping Out – One Box at a Time

    The phone rings, and it’s my son, Joe, calling from the Naval Training Center. He’s got good news. His hard work and solid test scores have moved him up the food chain a bit and earned him additional privileges. We share a father-son Hooyah, and I put down the cordless phone to do the “happy [...]

    Dust off Your Financial Plan

    Spring is officially here. Before you get started with your spring cleaning, perhaps another matter deserves some dusting off—that long-term financial plan. April is National Financial Literacy Month—the perfect time to spring into action when it comes to planning your financial future. If you already have a plan, this is a great opportunity to take [...]

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