Monthly Archives: June 2013

Could be worse!

While living in a Kenyan village in the late 80s, I often traveled by “matatu.” A matatu is a small truck with a cab rigged onto the back. Folks climb in, and when the thing is full, the driver heads … Continue reading

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In the fullness of their time

All graduations are inspiring. The sound of “Pomp and Circumstance,” the robes, the proud parents, the festive decorations, the articulate young class representative quoting some hero or heroine. Love it. But graduation at the Perkins School for the Blind is … Continue reading

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