Monthly Archives: July 2009

Wisdom Shared Over a Drink

I talked to Bonnie at church for a minute, but didn’t really get a chance to see what she was like until we ran into each other the next day at the gas station. Bonnie works across the street from … Continue reading

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A High School Diploma Made All the Difference

This is George. I met him while he was sitting in the shade with a cool beverage and a video poker game. He had brought his grandson up to Blanding to see about a job, and he was enjoying the … Continue reading

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The Meanest Dad in the World

Starting when I was 12 my best friend was Steve. Steve was a great friend and we did all kinds of things together. However, his dad was the meanest guy in the world! Larry is his dad’s name, and Larry … Continue reading

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Meeting an Old Friend for the First Time

This I Cary. Cary and I first met when my family moved to Sandy, Utah in 1974. He was quite a bit older than me in kid years – probably two grades ahead of me. So I saw him around, … Continue reading

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Sidewalk Cafe Student and Philosopher

Life is an interesting thing – I guess that’s true in a lot of ways, but I often think about how many people there are on this planet that don’t know me. I mean, really! They have no clue who … Continue reading

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The GoldenĀ Man

I work in the Gateway Center downtown. It’s an outdoor mall with office buildings, and is home to the Olympic fountain that was built for the 2002 Olympics.. Right now it’s THE mall for Salt Lake City so there’s lots … Continue reading

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