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When Reason Disappears

Sometimes it is difficult, if not impossible, to keep things in perspective. For instance, when your kid has been in a fender bender, no one hurt, but chaos rages through your body. Or when someone comes to work on a leaky faucet and inadvertently cuts your water line and your neighbor’s house seems to be… Continue reading When Reason Disappears

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Where Cotton Was King

Cotton was king in the 1950s on the high plains of West Texas when I was growing up, and it played a major role in life since the economy of the community depended on cotton production. It was big news every fall when the first bale of cotton rolled out of a local gin with… Continue reading Where Cotton Was King