Tag: Karly Sheehan

  • The Daily Reproachment of Being a Female

    The Daily Reproachment of Being a Female

    He couldn't have been older than twelve, a handsome boy with a narrow jaw and big brown eyes. All decked out in team colors, grey and blue, he had obviously just come from a soccer practice or game. He stood next to his mother in[..]
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  • What Remains

    What Remains

      It barely made headlines, what with all the political corruption underway between the Executive and Legislative branches. But it did warrant at least space in some newspapers as we closed out 2020 and welcomed 2021:   The remains of a girl between ages 6½[..]
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  • Prayers of a Decade

    Prayers of a Decade

    “I have been in Sorrow’s kitchen and licked out all the pots. Then I have stood on the peaky mountain wrapped in rainbows, with a harp and sword in my hands.” ~ Zora Neale Hurston There was a time when I took decades for granted. They[..]
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  • Grace: An Act of Redemption

    Grace: An Act of Redemption

    Almost every week since the book Karly Sheehan was published, I receive emails or notes from readers. Some are from people who knew Karly's mother.Some are from those who knew her dad. But the vast majority are from those who didn't know either parent, but[..]
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  • Patrick Reed’s Bitter Family Feud

    Patrick Reed’s Bitter Family Feud

    When Patrick Reed slipped into that green jacket in Augusta on Sunday, his parents, Bill and Jeannette Reed, were not in attendance. Neither was his sister Hannah, when Reed, 27, won his first major title at the Masters in Augusta, Georgia. This was the biggest[..]
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  • Keepers of the Lies

    Keepers of the Lies

    “Necrophilia includes the desire of certain people to control others—to make them controllable, to foster their dependency, to discourage their capacity to think for themselves, to diminish their unpredictability and originality, to keep them in line.” ― M. Scott Peck, The People Of The Lie:[..]
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  • Never Too Old to Take the Plunge

    Never Too Old to Take the Plunge

      In my travels as a writer, one question I am often asked is if I grew up wanting to a be a writer. It's a reasonable question. Many, if not most, of my writer friends were writing stories as young as six or seven.[..]
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  • A Fortunate Girl

    A Fortunate Girl

    The roads are slick with snow and ice. The sky is grey and foreboding. Holed up here in my office, thinking of Karly Sheehan. Today is her birthday. Or the day that marks what is her 15th birthday, although Karly died at age 3. Tortured,[..]
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  • President Fraud & Resistance Fighters

    President Fraud & Resistance Fighters

    I read an essay about Trump's pick for National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn. It was a highly well-produced article that disputed the mainstream media's reporting on Flynn. This particular essay claimed that Flynn was more "patriotic" and more disciplined than even General McChrystal. Flynn, the[..]
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