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  1. Dreams : Stargazer September 18 to 20 2017

  2. Me And Garcetti

  3. Dreams : Stargazer September 15 to 17 2017

  4. You Are Important Too

  5. Human Error

  6. Dreams : Stargazer September 12 to 14 2017

  7. Dreams : Stargazer September 9 to 11 2017

  8. Dreams : Stargazer September 6 to 8 2017

  9. "Original Sin"

  10. Dreams : Stargazer September 3 to 5 2017

  11. Dreams : Stargazer August 31 to September 2 2017

  12. Your Life

  13. Dreams : Stargazer August 28 to 30 2017

  14. Dreams : Stargazer August 25 to 27 2017

  15. The Here And Now

  16. Reflections: Sunday Afternoons

  17. Dreams : Stargazer August 22 to 24 2017

  18. Dreams : Stargazer August 19 to 21 2017

  19. Always Putting Something Back

  20. Dreams : Stargazer August 16 to 18 2017

  21. Dreams : Stargazer August 13 to 15 2017

  22. Dreams : Stargazer August 10 to 12 2017

  23. Dreams : Stargazer August 7 to 9 2017

  24. River of Earth

  25. Dreams : Stargazer August 4 to 6 2017

  26. Dreams : Stargazer August 1 to 3 2017

  27. Dreams : Stargazer July 29 to 31 2017

  28. Federal Consultant

  29. Too Hate

  30. First Person Tip

  31. Dreams : Stargazer July 26 To 28 2017

  32. Dreams : Stargazer July 23 to 25 2017

  33. Wrong Cheerleaders

  34. Dreams : Stargazer July 20 to 22 2017

  35. Dreams : Stargazer July 17 to 19 2017

  36. Dreams : Stargazer July 14 to 16 2017

  37. Riding The Metro

  38. Go Far

  39. Dreams : Stargazer July 11 to 13 2017

What Abby Did

As America celebrates its independence, I would like to share with you a recent letter Iíd received that gives a true snapshot of todayís America and offers a bit of hope for our future, and a better America for our kids and grandkids. With her permission, hereís Shannonís exact letter:

Dear Mr. Camp,

My name is Shannon. I live in a small town in Georgia. Me and husband got married in 1995 and we have a beautiful daughter in high school named Abby. One day our daughter excitedly brought a book home in which they had read as a class assignment and kept urging her father to read it. Mind you, my husband is not a book reader in any sense, but my daughter was persistent and somehow got him to read it. After dinner my husband sat in his favorite chair and finished the book later that night. When he came to bed that night my husband looked me straight in the eye and told me that he loved me. I began to cry because my husband hadnít told me that in ten years.

You see, Iím White and before I married my husband Iíd dated a Black man. Some people knew about my past in our town but my husband only found out about it ten years ago. We only had one real conversation about it and it wasnít good. Our daughter was only six at that time and I remember her waking up and overhearing most of it. Our family hasnít been the same since that night. I love my husband very much and heís a good man, but just like a lot of White men in our area he is still struggling to come to terms with the ways of his fatherís and his grandfatherís generation.

That night, after my husband told me that he loved me he began to explain how a character in the book named Jack had opened his eyes. Mr. Camp, thank you for writing Wet Matches. Our home is a happy place now. What you did and what my daughter did probably saved my marriage.

Forever grateful,


Please have a Happy and Safe Independence Day, Everyone! Ė Randolph Randy Camp

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