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Keepin' It Real with Cam Marston

Dec 16, 2022

One condiment in particular kept my kids alive.


There’s no ketchup in my house right now. I made burgers for the family Sunday night and we had no ketchup. This may sound trivial but it’s an extraordinary landmark in our family’s life.

When my kids were much younger, my wife and I relied on frozen...

Dec 7, 2022

It just feels like everyone's hand is out, asking for more for simply doing what they were asked to do. 


It was a convenience store. Just like all the convenience stores you’ve seen. I grabbed a drink from the refrigerator, walked to the counter and handed the drink to the guy at the register. He...

Dec 2, 2022

Nearly the whole house is suffering. 


A slew of fall and winter maladies has infiltrated our home. ‘Tis the season after all. I sat in the emergency room with my favorite oldest daughter early last Wednesday morning as she suffered with what we think were cluster headaches. Right now, my favorite...

Nov 26, 2022

I think by talking too much about my superstitions, I ended up jinxing the team.


Well, I think I jinxed them. My sons’ football team fought hard all season and last Friday night they were bested by a very fast and athletic opponent. The boys were gloomy for just a little while. They quickly...

Nov 18, 2022

I don't believe in superstitions unless they work.


When I told my wife the topic of today’s commentary, she warned that people are going to get tired of hearing me talk about this. However, I feel I’m kind of obligated to discuss it. Let me explain.

I think it was Dr. Gerald May - who’s an author,...