Your Best Self

By Dixie Andelin Forsyth 6/16/2021 Ever get a song stuck in your head while you’re working? Mine this week was “The Seven Deadly Virtues” from the musical Camelot by Lerner and Lowe, sung by King Arthur’s wayward son Mordred. Here are some of the lyrics, listing the supposed drawbacks of developing good character: Take courage; […]

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Getting Upstairs

By Dixie Andelin Forsyth 03/16/21 You know, I thought about titling this article “Staying Upstairs”, but when I thought about it I realized it’s impossible to never, ever go to the darker, more primitive part of your mind. Life happens. Difficult things assault you that you have no control over, and it’s only human to […]

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Love Notes

~ By an Anonymous Contributor My husband had a very insecure childhood. Consequently, he grew up desperately trying to prove himself a man, yet so afraid of marriage and women that he didn’t marry until he was thirty. I, too, was insecure and didn’t know how to be a woman. I tried to treat him […]

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