Monthly Archives: July 2009


We have an unreliable and very slow Internet connection here at the Ethiopia Guest House. So will not try to share our entire adventure, though there is much to report! I hope this one picture will tell the story for … Continue reading

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ethiopia, here we come

I could barely sing “God loves people more than anything” in worship this morning. I can’t begin to comprehend the full meaning of this truth, so my occasional glimpses catch me off guard. As we sang those words, I could … Continue reading

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saturday fun

My friend Lisa asked me to come and take pictures of her “kids” before people answer her ad to adopt them. I’ve been visiting the pups on a weekly basis since English setter Little Ann whelped six and a half … Continue reading

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family ties

This is my niece Krista. I am extremely fond of her. She came to visit us from Santa Barbara. Okay, so she came to Oregon to hike with a friend, but since she was up our way she asked if … Continue reading

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Before. After.

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I won’t embarrass Mauri by listing all the really cool things he did today to make my 64th special. But I can’t resist sharing our unique dining experience. If you saw only the word BAR, you missed the most important … Continue reading

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Nearly 15 years ago at our wedding reception Mauri sang “When I’m Sixty-Four” to me. Since I turn 64 a year and three months before he does, I s’pose I should have sung the song to him. Even though my … Continue reading

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