DEAR ABBY: Over the years you have printed many letters about the importance of telling the people you care about that you love them.
As our older teen-agers lumber in the direction of life after high school, they drop occasional hints that they might actually survive without us. These grace moments frequently occur hundreds of miles away from home: in a ticket scalper's office, for example.
MINNEAPOLIS - A woman grabs a pen and a piece of paper and runs, squealing, to guitarist Bernard Allison as he leans against a downtown building for a photo shoot.
Jesus said it: "Take up your cross and follow Me."
My Christmas Story
When Tyler Senn graduated from Brainerd High School last school year, he had a lot to look forward to. His high school career was done and he was on his way to attend fall semester at Minnesota State University, Mankato, to start the next phase of his life.He had his whole life in front of him. Or so his friends and family thought. Tyler, 18, tragically took his own life on Nov. 8.
Parenting can be a very challenging endeavor. From infancy through young adulthood our children count on the adults in their life to be there for them in many ways, as mother, as father, as consultant, as authority figure, as entertainment committee, as tutor, as maid, as chef, etc.
...them, encouraging and coaching them in soccer and life. One of his favorite sayings was, "You can never say 'I love you' too much." Todd Feige Funeral services are 11 a.m. Tuesday. June 22, 2010, at Central Lutheran Church, 1103 School...
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