Editor's note: This appeared in print on April 3, 2011.
By Mona Stevens
By Michael La Due
Cabin cruisers, little ships and submarines have aroused warmth and curiosity for me as long as I can remember. I suppose there are many reasons. Such things are pre-verbal and must be mined, refined like ore and smelted in prose to a level of understanding. At the end of all that, they may be quite simple.
Editor's note: Kaitlyn Duchien of Seymour, a student at Taylor University in Upland, Ind., is studying this semester at Lithuanian Christian College. Last week, she traveled to Poland with several other students to visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps for the 70th anniversary of their liberation. Here is her journal entry, recounting her visit.
By KAITLYN DUCHIEN
As I was paying for my yogurt at the TCBY store, the cashier asked if didn't want their customer loyalty card. "Buy 10, get the 11th free," she said.
Only a fool wouldn't want something for nothing. Right? So I took the card and added it to my wallet — already thick with loyalty.