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Do You Remember _________?

“Do You Remember what you were doing on this day 50 years ago?” “Are you kidding me?” How many times these days, as cognitive functions begin to slow with the build up of creeping years, does this question crop up … Continue reading

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Finally Home and Fittingly Named (Part 3)

A weegem Christmas Tale* by w.g.mcatee 1-6-17 The ole guy to Miss J J, Here it is, hot off the press! [Parts 1 & 2] Enjoy and share if you like. love, ole guy * * * * * * … Continue reading

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Finally Home and Fittingly Named (Part 2)

A weegem Christmas Tale* by w.g.mcatee The week between Christmas and New Years was filled with all sorts of new and exciting experiences. The old guy and his wife made sure we were not stuck off in some corner and … Continue reading

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Finally Home and Fittingly Named (Part 1)

__ A weegem Christmas Tale* by w.g.mcatee Sometime in the middle of the fall of 2016 word circulated around the big toy company that specializes in stuffed animals where we were “born” that all of us would soon be traveling … Continue reading

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Born of Conviction–The Book

January 2, 1963, became one of those pivotal dates deeply embedded in the lore and psyche of Mississippi Methodists. No one fully dreamed of the consequences, intended or unintended, that was immediately unleashed by the publication of the “Born of … Continue reading

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Me and Fidel (Part 2) Retrospective on June 20, 1999

On the evening of June 20, in the fading humid twilight at the close of an exhilarating day with its “invisible energy” at the Ecumenical Celebration in Revolution Square, Carlos Ham drove us along boulevards through the once splendor of … Continue reading

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Me and Fidel (Part 1) Retrospective on June 20, 1999

Back in the early 1990s, I was told on good authority, Fidel Castro went to Columbia, S. A. on some kind of political junket. Right before he returned to Cuba he was holding court during which a petit nun in … Continue reading

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