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When Play is More Than Play

When Play is More Than Play

By Ian Anderson This morning my son came into the living room and, without a word, began to retrieve the Lego blocks he’d put together the day before. For several minutes he searc ...

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Waiting for Spring

Waiting for Spring

By Ian Anderson My six year old boy is famous in our house for his great ability to anticipate what’s next: the next game, the next show, the next event. He looks to what’s to com ...

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Innviation to Fall

Innviation to Fall

By Ian Anderson To the south of my childhood home stood a large sweetgum tree. It towered over the roof, over the street, over our neighborhood games. The pods were spiked and gre ...

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October 2015

October 2015

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Simple September

Simple September

By Ian Anderson Despite the fact that summer temperatures remain, fall is here. Soon the cool air will storm back, and the leaves will turn in loud October, bringing with them the ...

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Seeking my happy place

Seeking my happy place

By Kendall Vogts The school year is officially under way, and, as a teacher, coach, and wife to a teacher, I am feeling the freedoms of summer slipping away. I also feel the press ...

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September 2015

September 2015

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Fall Without Summer

Fall Without Summer

By Ian Anderson Teachers have it easy, and I can say so because I am one. Of all the professions, teaching allows for a whole season of escape. I’ve heard rumors of year-round sch ...

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Re(a)d, White, and Blue

Re(a)d, White, and Blue

By Ian Anderson If you read the June issue of Wichita Family, you know my family and I enjoy the game of baseball. However, the recent rains have put a bit of a damper on the usua ...

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May brings change, anticipation for future

May brings change, anticipation for future

The school year is coming to a close, and that means graduation time is at hand. This might mean Kindergarten graduation, eighth grade graduation, high school graduation or even c ...

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Defining and Redefining Love

Defining and Redefining Love

Guest essay by Ian Anderson My wife and I are in the stage of life where the most romantic gesture comes in the form of sleep, with sleeping in as the red rose. Three boys, seven ...

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Love from the Perspective of One Dating

Love from the Perspective of One Dating

Guest essay by Kendall Perry I have been in a loving, committed, dating relationship light on who I really am, the woman who was many times for over a year now. not herself in ord ...

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Remember love on Valentine’s Day

Remember love on Valentine’s Day

The month of February is a month dedicated to love and romance. An entire industry of cards, chocolates and flowers is built around it, thanks to the flagship holiday of Valentine ...

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