Archive for May, 2015

Edith was hitting a wall. The local high school had come up with the idea of asking four senior citizens to speak at their graduation and she had been picked as the community representative. This was risky business since Edith was known as a loose cannon. The Sun Coast Retirement Center thought they could control […]

Last week I was riding the bus home from an appointment at the Cleveland Clinic. There was an empty seat next to me. A black man with back pack boarded and sat on the edge of the seat next to me and quietly said, ”That’s okay” as I edged over an inch to make room […]