Thursday, March 8, 2012
Extra help for Profile
A lot of extra work goes into our annual Profile Edition.
We’re talking about it and planning for it year-round – compiling potential stories and such.
Close to Nowhere
Chirp, chirp, chirp, chirp
• Monday, Barry, the editor and publisher of the newspaper, laughingly asked me who in my famly “wasn’t” in the hospital.
I had to stop and think. I’d just been talking about my sister Jackie, who lives in Aniston, Mo. She’s been in the hospital with a bad kidney infection.
The Preacher’s Corner
Ash Wednesday ashes from Palm Sunday fronds
The Presbyterians are the guests of our friends at Christ Church for a Lenten Academy on Wednesday evenings this year. Lent began on Ash Wednesday with a service, in which the Rev. Bruce McMillan marked a cross of ashes on the foreheads of those present — a visible sign of repentance. It was a little humbling to us un-ceremonial Presbyterians, who perhaps like to “think” about repentance, but recoil from actually kneeling and having placed upon us such a visual sign.
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