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At the writing of this post, I await with excitement and trepidation my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving. The good part is the family part—visiting with loved
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Stories are more than entertainment. They teach us about life and how to live it. For example, here are a couple of stories about character movement and editing.
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This morning I talked with two people on the cusp of a breakdown. Everyone’s anxiety about the school year and what that might or might
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If you were to ask me how long summer lasted when I was a kid, the answer would have been for-ever! Long, lazy, eternal times
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Summer Syllabus
It has been a while since I was in school. But some memories remain, and one even became a habit. That memory was getting the course
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I Like That Story - Class of 2020
“Do you have any regrets?” I know you’re supposed answer no, or in the words of Frank Sinatra, “too few to mention.”But I have one. It’s
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I Like That Story The Gleeful Professor and Inevitable Third
His name was Professor Underwood and he absolutely loved his job. He was my professor of parasitology at the University of Minnesota and he would
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I Like That Story March Blog Broken Dishes
Harold was about 80 and was recounting a truth to me that I have heard about 100 times. It’s the truth I call The Shape
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It was a year ago, February 4th. The group of men were gathered around the TV looking shocked and forlorn. I couldn’t see the screen
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“Like so many others, I’ve been listening to your show since the first show. Some of the stories make me cry and many of them remind me of my own past Christmases. The Christmas music and your daughters both make it special.”

Trudy Pederson-Papka

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