Monthly Archives: January 2016


Sitting here in the midst of ‘the blizzard of 2016’, certain things are impossible not to think about. Snow, for instance. Snow is a familiar climate phenomenon that remains pretty much unchanged from one generation to the next, unless, of … Continue reading

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For Mom – The Brightest Morning Ever

As some of you know, the Lord escorted my mother out of this world last week, and introduced her to that place He had gone to prepare for her so long ago. Reflecting on that event, and what that whole … Continue reading

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Testing Begins Tomorrow

“Final review on Thursday. Testing begins Friday morning.” I can still feel the internal distress I used to get during my high school years when words like these announced that the time for final exams had arrived. It seemed like … Continue reading

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