Author Archives: charleysblog

All Your COVID-19 Info in One Convenient Place

In these unprecedented times of desperation and uncertainty, in which we really need one another (virtually of course); thank God we’re all in this together. And thankfully we have had no shortage of experts, and by “experts” I mean scientists, … Continue reading

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Less Virtual, More Real

Because of the current pandemic, nothing about my work is the way it was six weeks ago. Six weeks ago I went to an actual school, with kids in my actual classroom. We not only listened to music and watched … Continue reading

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Ukuleles & Serendoggity Worldwide Weiners

This weekend I spent the better part of Saturday at the Los Angeles International Ukulele Festival, right here in my own town. A rough 3-minute drive down the street. After a week of ups and downs, and after working every … Continue reading

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Not Cute, but Important

I just got back a few weeks ago from a month in Uganda, where a lot of great things happened. So much, in fact, that for those of you who’ve seen me and asked, “how was the Uganda trip?”, you … Continue reading

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I Guess I’m 60 Now

Today is my 60th birthday. After typing that, I had to stop and re-read it, and let it sink in.  When I was a kid, people who were 60 were really old. My parents seemed pretty old when they were … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Go Back to Uganda #5: What’s the Alternative?

This June, I’ll return to Uganda with Loving One by One Ministries (LOBO), for what will be my fifth trip to Uganda. To help bring LOBO’s work back to the forefront for some of my friends and readers, I’ve written … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Go Back to Uganda #4: Health

This summer, I’m going to turn 60 years old. However, although I have one foot in the grave, I’m pretty darn healthy. Most people don’t think I look a day over 58. Thanks to good food, good ¬†healthcare and good … Continue reading

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