Thursday, September 12, 2013
Good kind of tired
My 22-year-old daughter Emma, a recent college graduate, is spending a year working at Mission Arlington. This week, I’m sharing a portion of her first report from Texas.
Close to Nowhere
Happy 60th, Gloria!
When we first moved here in 1986, one of the many new things was our new doctor. Dr. Hammack was practicing just across the street from the newspaper office. Not only did I like him, but he was very convenient.
He had a different nurse then, Tammy, and I was a little apprehensive when she left and a new nurse came on board. I’d just gotten used to the old one.
The Preacher’s Corner
‘From Ghoulies and Ghosties, and Long-Leggety Beasties, and Things that Go Bump in the Night, Good Lord Deliver Us’
In an old-fashioned frame hanging on the wall of the bedroom where I slept on visits, Auntie Fran kept an old Swedish prayer, drawn in Halloween style letters: “From Ghoulies and Ghosties, and Long-Leggety Beasties, and Things that Go Bump in the Night, Good Lord Deliver Us.”
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