Monthly Archives: April 2011

Saving the World

I have “stolen” another quote from Marilyn Elliott’s blog. It  is from Wendall Berry. It relevant to me as I have been reading and thinking about how I relate to the world. “…No matter how much one may love the … Continue reading

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Nostalgia

Today, with a lot of help from Ann, I finally managed to complete sorting and rearrangement of the “stuff” stored in the carriage house. We now have a lot of items for our yard sale. Timing for the sale is … Continue reading

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Pickles

Earl is my man.

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Palm Sunday

I enjoyed Palm Sunday worship service this Sunday very much. The lesson was especially good. Ann sang with the choir in a special presentation. The kids paraded with parents waving their palm fronds and singing Hosanna. Here are two video … Continue reading

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Belated Happy Birthday

An unintended consequence of my “blog slog” is that I don’t acknowledge birthdays and special occasions on my blog as I usually do. The latest grandkid birthday was Madison. She turned 10 years old on April 6. The picture is … Continue reading

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Emerging from Winter

This morning I decided that I would make an official declaration that winter has passed.  I know, spring has already come per the calendar but my soul (and the weather) is just now catching up. I haven’t posted much on … Continue reading

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Michael Spencer (iMonk) quotes

Today’s post at Internet Monk featured some classic quotes from Michael Spencer on evangelicalism. This one was on music in the church. Music is part of Christian worship and Christian art. We’re interested- as we ought to be—in how music … Continue reading

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