Thursday, August 1, 2013
Bicycle and litter
I don’t even remember when I purchased the bicycle.
I’ve moved it with me over the years.
For as long as we’ve lived in our house in Holly Springs (about 11 years), it’s been in a storage room.
Close to Nowhere
From kids to elderly
I have always been interested in, fascinated with, concerned about — I’m not sure of the correct wording — veterans. I’m a huge history buff and war plays a major role in all history.
My father-in-law was a veteran of World War II. He was an Army cook on a ship — I guess a Navy ship, but he was in the Army. He was my first exposure to real patriotism.
The Preacher’s Corner
“...where cross the crowded ways of life.”
This year I spent my vacation rambling around canyons in Utah. I spent two Sundays away from my congregation, which left me with the choice they freely make every Lord’s Day: to go to church or not to go.
The first Sunday I was so far back in the wilderness that it would have been a hundred miles to any place of worship that was even remotely close to my own belief, so I chose to say my prayers in nature’s cathedral, and I found it was a lovely experience indeed.
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