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Building a Better Shoe: What Soccer Cleats Can Teach Us About Healing Healthcare

shley, my adult son who lives in England, sent me a picture of his new sneakers recently.

I hear what you’re saying: A strange thing for a grown son to send his dad! 479 more words

Church Health Center

Communicating In My World

I love meeting people and keeping them in my life. There are so many people in this world with so many stories. It is truly an exciting experience to just meet those who can relay to you these stories. 235 more words

Adventures

Letters: Of course class size matters!

When I started teaching in the mid-’70s, my average class size was 28 students. In a 15-week semester I could, and did, assign my classes five novels to read and five 1,500-word essays. 836 more words

Letters

Letters That Kids Wrote to Santa

by Swetha Rajagopal

Ever since we learned how to write, we have been writing letters to Santa. Now, read sweet and silly notes that kids wrote to Santa Claus for Christmas! 826 more words

Entertainment

Watching valuable trade pass us by

Re: Oshawa, Toledo ‘tale of two cities,’ by Grace Macaluso, Dec. 5.

I worked at the now closed Windsor GM Trim Plant of over 2,400 employees, and watched as GM and other companies began moving product to Mexico and other lower-wage areas, saving not only on labour but material costs, taxes, health and safety funding. 284 more words

Letters

1864 December 19: "We had a verry pleasant time, living mostly on the country"

Now it is Edwin Levings’ brother Homer’s turn to write to their parents.  As usual, Homer’s spelling leaves a lot to be desired.  The original letter is in the Edwin D. 754 more words

1864

Write Stuff

“When I was eight, I got my first pen-pal. Forty years older than me, he was a prisoner on Death Row in Columbus, Georgia.” So began a presentation my daughter gave last week to an advertising agency. 406 more words

Literary Criticism