Category Archives: New Year’s

Yesterday’s Dream ~ Tomorrow’s Vision

Here’s a little lesson in how to lose all the millennials. Remember those Daytimers? OK, now let me try to get a few of you back by clarifying what they were. Daytimers were little handheld, leather binders filled with dated … Continue reading

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Hope for 2017 – Treadmills or Transformation?

Last week we wrapped up the year with an admonition to spend some time contemplating the profound concept of hope, and there does seem to be a fresh manifestation of it these days. The problem is that I’m not sure … Continue reading

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In Whom We Have Hope

Just a little heads-up in the beginning to let you know that this post is a bit different from my usual fare. Once in a while, major transitional events throw me into a contemplative mood, and this is one of … 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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The Bulls are Loose Again

Welcome to early January, 2015. This is always a special time in our calendar year, a time that brings different things to celebrate—like our very own personal renovation. It’s the time when we witness an unleashing of a restless, pawing … Continue reading

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