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Washington's Wisdom and my Limericks : Notes from a Founding Father

Washington's Wisdom and my Limericks

By Thomas R. Wallin…

Submitted:Oct 30, 2011
Author:Thomas R. Wallin
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Wallin Biography Wallin has been married to wife Judy for 45 years. They have two children, and 4 grand children. A 13 year old son died of leukemia in 1984. He has written numerous opinion and religious books including interpretive commentaries for many books of the Bible, and a book of interpretive essays and poetry for wise sayings from such authors as Jackson Brown, Stephen Covey, Edwin and Sally Kiester, William Bennett, John Rosemond, Steven Scott, quotes from Readers Digest, Colin Powell and even Salada Tea "Tag Lines". Wallin has also written "Jeff's Miracle" (a book describing his son's leukemia illness and subsequent death) and rebuttal books to Harold Kushner's "When Bad Things Happen to Good People" and Pat Robertson's "Secret Kingdom". Wallin's hobbies include writing, motorcycling and supportive activities for wife, children and grand children. Politically, he is a fiscal and social conservative, he likes people and thinks he knows what he knows.