Funny you should mention those two. My wife did a Lenten presentation, and unlike me, she can actually act.

Deb wrote the script and performed it. She plays a mother who has just lost her son; since this was written for Lent, you can probably guess who the son is. She talks about how much she loves her son, but how she is afraid he will be remembered for just one thing he did. How many of us would be worried about being remembered for one thing we did, especially if it was not the thing we would want, or something that was not really who we were?

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