Uniquely Human: Glimpses of Life

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FriesenPress, Oct 1, 2011 - 256 pages
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"Uniquely Human" helps to define those experiences which influenced my life through this collection of short stories, poetry, and characterizations. Do we ever really understand what it is that makes us who we are? This book is meant to entertain the reader through glimpses into the wide spectrum of human emotions that are shared by us all: some humorous, some poignant, some bittersweet, and most uplifting.
 

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Contents

late Bloomer
1
Curtis Academy Memories
9
Achoo Achoo Achoo
13
HideandSeek
15
The Ride of My life
27
Its a Childs Christmas After
35
A Childs Christmas in Newfoundland
37
A Tough Competitor and a Good
41
Great Expectations
123
Valentine
125
The Man Who Wrote Amazing Grace
127
When in the Night the Homeless Had to
133
Spare the Rod and Spoil the Child
135
Sudden Death
139
My Brother the Smoker
143
Mothers Day in the Nursing Home
147

The Day I Raced the Streetcar
45
Give it Everything
49
The Boy with the Shakes
51
When Righteousness Gets lost on Earth
59
Every day doing the very best I can Max Mercer A Tribute
61
A New Pair of Sneakers
65
If You Should Ever Ask Me What is Fall?
69
The Great Blizzard of 78 In Boston
71
Will Winter Questions Have Replies by Spring?
73
The Colleen from Kinsale
75
The Cairn Terrier
87
The old Red Rooster
91
God Shines His light Upon Her
103
Without our Friends
105
once Upon a
107
A Swimmers Wintry Day in Boston Harbor
121
The last Goodbye
149
Bible lessons I learned From Jessie Caroline Wilcox Cassidy
151
Newfoundland
153
Bauline
161
No Man is an Island Almost
163
Waiting for You in County Clare Ireland
167
Uncle
171
Pansy
173
The Restaurant with the Sidewalk Café
177
1956
181
once Upon a Time When Runners Were Young
187
Boston Marathon
189
Experiencing the British Empire Games
191
A Dream Deferred
195
A Runner Rewarded
199
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