All of us were grounded a time or two in our adolescent years.  But everyone once in a while there was something really, really, REALLY important going on that was serious enough for our parents to grant a reprieve for a few hours.  Like that time in seventh grade when Mike had just broken up…

Today I would like to thank the God who cares for his abandoned children, dumb luck and my grandma (who passed on to me every single Mary Higgins Clark book and with them a love of mystery) for the story I’m about to tell. Sadly, (but responsibly and ethically!) names have been changed in this…

“Every time someone says something mean to you, you should always respond with kindness,” he commented after some playful banter while we were working on a puzzle. He continued, “If someone tells you you’re stupid, tell them they’re smart.  If someone tells you you’re ugly, tell them they’re beautiful.  My stepmom taught me that.” Impressive,…

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