Monthly Archives: September 2013

Summer’s Fading Sunflowers

Each summer for the past several years, there’s been an acre or two of brilliant sunflowers on the south side of busy Walnut Grove Road, at Shelby Farms Park. Each day this thick patch of dazzling bright golden faces and … Continue reading

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The Third Way, Miracle

I believe the world is currently witnessing a wonderful miracle, but I don’t hear much talk about it.  It seems to be going totally unnoticed.  I’m referring to the miracle of the U.S. cessation of retaliatory bombing strikes in response … Continue reading

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Who am I to Judge?

Recently, in a big-box store parking lot my mother was approached by a man asking for cash, with a hard luck story. He said needed it for gas, to take his wife to a doctor whose office was 40 miles away, and … Continue reading

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Lights that Shine from Afar

I watched the movie “The Impossible” recently.  If you haven’t seen it, it’s a film based on the true story of a family vacationing on the beaches of Thailand, when they were literally swept up and away in the 2004 … Continue reading

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Lessons from Cooper

Our first grandchild, Cooper was born almost 4 months ago; and I am finding it interesting the lessons I’m learning from him, already.  We kept him overnight for the first time a few weekends ago.  It was wonderful to watch his energy … Continue reading

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