Monthly Archives: May 2007

links – part three

I have so many new links I will have to be very selective to narrow the field to only five. 1—Since it’s Memorial Day, how about something patriotic? 2—Okay, to help you recover from that, this will make you chuckle—no … Continue reading

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giving thanks

The Young Friends Singers just finished their spring session…and said thanks. I’m thankful too.

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our two sons-in-law

I think Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 ought to add a phrase: a time to brag. Our son-in-law John, married to Rachel, just finished his junior year at Pennsylvania School of Fine Arts. He won 3 awards this year: the Thouron Open Media … Continue reading

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more trash talk

I created quite a stir. I want you to know I haven’t stopped recycling; it’s a habit now—a good habit, and as long as we continue to pay Waste Management to provide a separate container to collect our recyclables, we’ll … Continue reading

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trash talk

I actually heard myself say it out loud today: “I used to be a conscientious recycler until I learned I was doing it for Al Gore.” It’s true. Not that long ago I would walk from one end of the … Continue reading

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Just about everything reminds me of a year ago. I just came in from pulling the same weeds I pulled the morning of the afternoon we crashed on our bike. As I drive past the old hospital I “hear” Quinn’s … Continue reading

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gas war

Last night as I drove out of Newberg I noticed the gas prices are $3.59/gallon. The last time I filled up my jeep it cost me $52.79! I’m the last person to complain because I live one block from where … Continue reading

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links – part two

I think I’m going to have more fun posting links than you are following them. Already I have more than five, but I will stick to my per-post limit so you’ll be primed for more. I wouldn’t want to bore … Continue reading

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