Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Promised Land

I was told that Abilene (actually Abilene Christian University) is the promised land. Hagee apparently also received the memo. I heard years ago that someone should tear Abilene down and start over. I guess it is time. — ——————- Hagee … Continue reading

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Unbroken

I recently read Unbroken. It is the story of Louie Zamberini and has left a deep impression with me. Tim Spivey has a good post about the book and Zamperini’s life. Enjoy this video of Zamperini.

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For the Love of Okra

Only in Wilmore. One of our neighbors down the street apparently loves okra. The only explanation I can think of for growing it along the sidewalk to the front door is that maybe they want to keep an eye on … Continue reading

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Some Things Just Shouldn’t End

This was posted on the Abilene Christian University website. Both Harold and his dad Toby are an important part of my memory. Rare is the occasion when we visit Abilene that I do not go to Harold’s to eat. The … Continue reading

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