Rev. Leroy Allison
Mar 10, 2013-- "Susan Spencer-Wendel knows how to spend a year. She left her job as an award-winning criminal courts reporter and went to the Yukon to see the northern lights. Then to Cyprus, to meet family that she never knew. She and her husband, John, took their children on trips on which her daughter got to try on wedding dresses and Susan got kissed by a dolphin.She also got a new dog, put a splendid hut in her backyard and wrote a book. It's called Until I Say Good-Bye, and it's a memoir about the year she says she wanted to devote to joy -- before she's claimed by ALS, a neuromuscular disorder often referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease." (10495 reads)
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The fundamental delusion of humanity is to suppose that I am here and you are out there.
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