Kindness Rules

The Bus Driver

It was my senior year in high school. I had been given the assignment of speaking with the head of transportation for the school district for a report. I had missed out on the choice assignments.I walked over to the "bus garage" and waited to see Mike to find out the...

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For some reason, I thought of Mrs. McGhee today. I first met her in church, a lovely Christian lady with snow white hair combed to perfection Although she was way up in years, her face didn't seem wrinkled. Maybe it was that ivory white face powder she used that gave...

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Eighteen Years Later

Junior high is probably the worst time in young people's lives. Bodies are changing in ways they never thought possible, and they spend most of their time trying to fit into a mold that peers have formed for them. Gone are the days of Elmer's glue, crayons, and the...

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A Few Tasty Crumbs

I was very excited because I had just received a FedEx package containing the front cover for my first and only book, which, hopefully, will be coming out soon. I telephoned my wife and then I drove to the pizza where she was working so we could eat lunch together....

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