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The Death of a Storyteller

Saturday, May 27th, 2017
During the summer of 1986, I attended a seminar in Chicago that was hosted by the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association. At the time, I was 29 years old. The seminar had been promoted as featuring the top “Superstar Trial Lawyers” in the country. The speakers included Gerry Spence, Philip Corboy, Joseph Jamail, and Richard “Racehorse” Haynes. I was familiar with… Read More

The Countdown Clock Never Stops Ticking

Saturday, May 20th, 2017
On a Sunday afternoon in May 1987, I drove my family to my parents’ house so that we could visit with them. At the time, Georgette and I had four children — Harry, Anna, Maria, and Laura. When we arrived, my mom wished me a happy birthday. I had turned 30 the previous week. After wishing me a happy birthday, my mom’s first question was, “How does it feel to be 30 years old?” Before… Read More

A Stay-At-Home Mom Defends Herself

Saturday, May 13th, 2017
I’ve written before about how I grew up in a family of 17 children (nine boys and eight girls). The 16th child, Elizabeth (Liz), was born in 1974. The baby of the family, Anthony (Tony), was born in 1975, the same year I graduated from high school. Liz was born four months after the 15th child, Kathryn Mary, died. Liz was like an angel who was sent to our family from Heaven. She was bursting… Read More

A Game of Chicken

Saturday, May 6th, 2017
[caption id="attachment_3057" align="alignright" width="300"] Francisco and Jacinta Marto[/caption] When I was growing up during the 1960s and 1970s, every so often there would be a news report about a head-on collision between two cars that were driven by teenage boys who had been playing a game of chicken. The way the game was… Read More