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Story Harvest

The Last Words

My grandfather died of prostate cancer when I had just begun my college career. I remember it as if it were yesterday. I flew from …

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What He Stood For

Seasoned by years of experience, I’d had my share of memorable teaching encounters but none quite matched this one. It began in a routine manner: …

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My Biggest Crush

Why two of them? They were identical twins, and to love one was to love the other. Basketball player tall. Pretty-man faces. Shock of black …

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No Fair

Before my sophomore year in college, I managed to get a job at the Puyallup Fair, a popular event in the Puget Sound area. I …

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Keep America Great

There are between 100,000 – 200,000 refugees from all over the world now calling San Diego home. These are people who have fled their homes …

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An Unforgettable Day

I woke up that morning completely unprepared. Though the sun was shining and it was a seemingly ordinary weekend morning, nothing could prepare me for …

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God Sent Me Flowers

It was another wintry day. My preschool-aged daughter and I were grocery shopping. We had rushed into the store from the car to stay as …

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Someone Was There

You could have heard a pin drop in the auditorium. All eyes were on the stage where Ken was standing. All ears were listening to …

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