Searching the Obvious

Dixil Rodríguez

is a university professor and volunteer hospital chaplain living in Texas.

Standing Ovation

Every weekday afternoon the Physical Therapy (PT) Center of Rosewood Street is full. The building is not marked; the facility is state-of-the-art; the staff is knowledgeable and compassionate; the families know and support one another. The real members are the children, ages 4 to 12, working on rigorous exercises to help them speak, walk, and use their hands. Even with the “advantage” of early detection for muscular disorders, the window of opportunity for permanent functionality is small.

Today I am here to sign up for potluck duty! The annual Families Together Day in Rosewood Park is next week! Families gather at the park, picnic …

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