Thursday, July 20, 2006
Traveling more than 1,000 miles over a four-day span can be tough.
Veggies, flowers and sorry dirt
When we lived at Snow Lake we had wonderful sandy, loamy soil and I had a big garden; 40 feet by 40 feet. Grew everything, some ordinary, some strange, some just a bit unusual. I was working full-time then and every evening was spent weeding, or harvesting or preparing the harvest for the freezer. Supper came when it came.
Sometimes, Sunday school was at the duck pond
Recently our Sunday school children were given certificates of participation and books about Bible characters to mark their attendance during the past school year. Thankfully, at least at our church, the old custom of honoring those who had “perfect” (that is, every Sunday) attendance has gone by the way.
Letters to the Editor
Stray dog discussion
I am a Wisconsinite who has been visiting Holly Springs quite a bit lately, and I would like to add to the stray dog discussion:
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