Monthly Archives: March 2011

eight at six

8@6 is a dinner for eight that begins at six. Two couples go together to host the event, but only one needs to have a dining table for eight. One couple invites two people and asks them to bring a … Continue reading

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a penny for her thoughts

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mahlon macy remembered

It’s been a good day. Dad was loved and respected by many, and we heard from just a few of those today as we gathered to celebrate his life and ministry. People showed up! We were so moved by the … Continue reading

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sage

In all the hustle and bustle of getting ready for Dad’s memorial service tomorrow, we take time out to feast our eyes on this new little wonder. That’s simply an appetizer. For the full meal deal, visit her parents’ website.

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transition

Though at opposite ends of the spectrum, our experience of waiting for a baby to be born into the family was quite similar to waiting for the patriarch of the Macy family to finish his earthly journey. Both felt grueling, … Continue reading

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once a quake, always a quake

I came across a 1965 issue of Campus Life Magazine (publication of Youth for Christ) this morning and decided to scan a particular article to share with you. I’ve posted it in large format so you can read it, even … Continue reading

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arrival

We’ve been ready for our new grandchild to make an appearance. But March came, and I was forced to put something generic in my March frame. And then…on Wednesday morning, March 2, Erin delivered a sweet baby girl. She and … Continue reading

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