Monthly Archives: August 2014

nobody cares what you ate for lunch

I own a book about blogging by that title. It’s true, no doubt, unless your blog is about food. But a blog titled “a little bit of this and a little bit of that” can get away with just about … Continue reading

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arm art

Several months ago I was given a writing assignment—a handwriting assignment. Write “all things. . .” Quinn had finally decided on the tattoo she wanted, and she asked for my participation. I have several handwritings, so I needed to give her … Continue reading

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fluke

He was just standing there, started to lose his balance, overcorrected with a twist, and went down on his knee. That’s all it took for sweet Will to break his femur. Not just a break but a diagonal spiral break … Continue reading

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another monday afternoon

Several weeks ago we attended a wedding on a Monday afternoon. While I realize there are no rules that require weddings to happen on weekends, it seemed, well, out of the ordinary to be invited to another Monday afternoon wedding, … Continue reading

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“v” is for what?

Recently at work I was perusing Google images for a picture of Thomas Milhous to enhance an article for the church newsletter. When I came across this picture, I was reminded of my visit with Carol, my sister, exactly a year ago … Continue reading

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sunday morning

If you don’t want know what we do on Sunday mornings now that Mauri has retired from pastoral ministry, you’d better move on to the next blog. It isn’t a hard and fast rule, but Mauri felt it would be … Continue reading

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pillbox

Thanks to Facebook I got to see a picture of a couple I knew long, long ago who today celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Ruth posted it: Of course I studied it with special interest because that was the era … Continue reading

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