Thursday, March 29, 2007
I mowed grass for the first time of the season last weekend.
It’s something I actually look forward to – getting outside in the spring time.
Ahhhh — chooooooo!!!
Ah — spring has sprung and it’s gloriously green around here.
Most of the green these days though is not the beautiful foliage (although it is green and beautiful). It’s our air — full to the brim with pollen and allergens and floaty, green particles of stuff — looks a lot like green smoke.
What was your ‘introduction’ to church?
Last December 2, which was a Saturday, I received a call from church friends back in my boyhood home of Cleveland, Miss., saying that their mother had passed away and the local minister was away caring for ill members of his wife’s family, so could I come over the next afternoon and conduct their mother’s funeral. I was glad to do so, except I could not conduct our morning service here and get to Cleveland in time for the service they had set (and announced in the newspaper).
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If you ever want to know what Borderers looked and acted like about 500 years ago, the Hawick Reivers Festival held every March is the place to go.
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