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I have a big mea culpa to send out this week and it is to my daughter, Lauren, regarding some comments from her that were in last week’s column.

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As we continue to shelter-in-place and limit our trips to only essential venues, I am realizing how easy it may be to make some of this behavior a “new norm,” as good friend Scott Bridwell said a couple of weeks ago.

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Since we have been cautioned about interacting with others anywhere, anytime we are forced to spend most of our time hunkered down in the house.

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The other night Matt Coe and I looked at each other and acknowledged we’re entering a new phase of parenting and, perhaps, marriage.

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Driving to the airport on Tuesday I heaved a big sigh, hoping to expel all the anxiety and fear weighing me down these last weeks.

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I was scrolling Facebook this week — yes, dear readers, I am a “scroller” not a fanatic — when a friend shared a post that made me go into the details of the post itself.

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When I think of the political climate in our country today, I am reminded of a joke that I heard many years ago and it goes something like this:

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Have you ever wondered about all these days, weeks and months that we have to recognize some organization or government project or “National Day of Awareness?”

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Today you should be celebrating with your favorite other with dinner, a show and, perhaps, some rich chocolates or great perfume. If you are so inclined, you might also sing to your sweetheart or take her/him to a concert.

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A few weeks ago, a friend of mine recalled for me the King Saul story from the First Book of Samuel — the one where the Israelites beg the prophet for a king to rule over the nation.

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