Monthly Archives: August 2013

Turning on Fifty

  By: Susan Bea Good I’m the oldest of five siblings…and the first to turn fifty. I’ve been watching my sister and brothers as they too hit that milestone. My youngest brother spent the past three years biking from the … Continue reading

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Appearance Isn’t Everything

By: Susan Bea Good Would you trust this man?…it depends. He could pick up my trash at 5 AM…I’d be OK with that. Earlier this year, this scary looking fellow was arrested for criminal sexual conduct at the Day Spa where he … Continue reading

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Weary of Doing Good

By: Susan Bea Good Vacationing last week, just over the dunes from Lake Michigan, I was disconnected from my Internet and Cable News. What a peaceful time it was! I could still use my smart phone to monitor urgent e-mails … Continue reading

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Hurt and Rescue

By: Susan Bea Good There is a principle called “Hurt and Rescue”…used to describe the work of ”Progrievants.” What is a Progrievent? Dale, a caller to the Glen Beck show today, invented this descriptive for Liberals who cause suffering…complain about that suffering…and then capitalize on people who … Continue reading

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