Monthly Archives: July 2012

Information, Please!

I’m waiting patiently to board the Metra train.  It’s hot on the platform and I’m eager to get inside the cool car.  A half dozen shadowy figures silently descend the steps and brush past me.  I urge Randy to climb … Continue reading

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What Do I Look Like?

“May I ask you a question?” “Anything, Dear,” replies my wife. “What do I look like?” Silence. “That bad?” I ask. “Not that. It’s just, I don’t think anyone has ever asked me that before.” “Nor have I ever asked … Continue reading

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Laugh ‘til You Cry, Cry ‘til You Laugh

Recently, I attended the stage play, “Freud’s Last Session.”  Set in London, 1939, it creates a hypothetical encounter between Sigmund Freud and C. S. Lewis.  Lewis is thirtysomething; Freud is eighty-three and dying.  Lewis is an enthusiastic Christian; Freud an … Continue reading

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