Monthly Archives: October, 2013


Rita Lawson had managed the medical office of Dr. Jerk for twenty-eight long years. Why had she put up with the ungrateful Scrooge all these years? Undeserved loyalty? Masochism? Stupidity? His idea of a generous Christmas bonus was a dinky box with three bath oil beads from Wal-marts. She hadn’t  received a raise since Clinton …

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Not Until She Graduates

This story was recently accepted for publication in the Chicken Soup for the Soul  book coming out in February about Miracles. Get a peak preview of the book: In my thirty years of practicing medicine, no patient impacted me like Doris Baxter. Through Doris, I personally witnessed God’s grace and power—a bonafide miracle. Doris, a …

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