Daily Archives: November 25, 2018

The Cat Who Attacked His Own Shadow

Since the evening before Thanksgiving I have been spending some time with some close friends and distant cousins of mine as is frequently my habit.  This family has been taking care of a cat belonging to a granddaughter of theirs … Continue reading

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God Gives To His Beloved Sleep

For a variety of reasons I have often looked at Psalm 127 and its importance (often alongside Psalm 128) [1].  Although Psalm 127 is short, it touches on a lot of themes that are of deep personal interest to me, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Winterset

Winterset, by Maxwell Anderson It’s not too surprising that this play won awards when it was written and first performed, as this play appears to be precisely the sort of play that was and remains award bait as a drama.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River Anthology

Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River Anthology, conceived, adapted and arranged by Charles Aidman Admittedly, this play is not a terrible one.  In fact, this play reminds me of one of my own plays, which I wrote in my early adulthood … Continue reading

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