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“Chain Reaction”

This post is an update for the “Greater Than Gold” song project. “Greater Than Gold: My co-writer and I felt the chorus in the earlier version wasn’t quite strong enough or hook-worthy, so I re-wrote it, and changed the title/hook … Continue reading

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Help In A Flash

(Source: Remix?) What’s a little boy to do when he gets separated from his dad in a crowd of people at a comic convention? Call Flash, of course! Wonder Woman too! Russ

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Some Things You May Not Know About Me

Rustic Recluse has been nominated for the Very Inspiring Blogger award and has kindly nominated my blog for same. If you haven’t had the pleasure of visiting Rustic’s blog, I recommend that you check it out: http://rusticrecluse.wordpress.com/2013/03/20/very-inspiring-blogger-award/#comment-766 Dear Rustic Recluse: … Continue reading

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The Sweetest Words of All

I’ve had lots of roles and titles But of the many things I’ve been called “Husband”, “Dad”, and “Grandpa” Are the sweetest of them all! –Russ Towne

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Dads and Daughters

I work from home. We live in an old rural-looking neighborhood where all of the mailboxes for houses on both sides of the street are on the side that is across the street from our house. Near the mailboxes a … Continue reading

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Learning How to Love Unconditionally

Learning How to Love Unconditionally.

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Beloved Can Relate TOO WELL To This Joke

When the Jones family moved into their new house, a visiting relative asked five-year-old Sammy how he liked the new place. “It’s terrific,” he said. “I have my own room, Mike has his own room, and Jamie has her own … Continue reading

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