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A-Z through April — Y I was so glad Linda didn’t choose yurt or yeti for the prompt, but I find ‘yard’ is bittersweet. I HAD planned to work in my yard this weekend. Specifically, to clear out my … Continue reading
Surely by now you’ve encountered a cashier who can’t make change? You know how it goes. Your bill is $17.55 and you hand over a twenty and a nickel and the cashier tries to give you back the nickel. You say you’d rather have two … Continue reading
For some of this month, I’m going to participate in Nancy’s Christmas Postathon. I think it will be fun. I can tell already that I’m going to enjoy reading her stories. Maybe some of my readers will enjoy reading mine, … Continue reading
In case you thought I’d ever run out of stories about how religious education is a tough grasp for children, I won’t. As I’ve said before, I took care of my nephew Simon when he was a smaller person. As … Continue reading
I am well-read on assorted spiritual opinions and sacred texts, the consumption of which I believe to be as crucial as partaking in a wide variety of foods, or listening to a broad catalog of music, or any number of things … Continue reading
The Mister’s clan has three family reunions a year. Since we were in Georgia for seven years, we weren’t obligated to attend the last twenty-one reunions, about which we felt, generally fiiine. Because … Continue reading
Growing up with Drew and her very religious family, we spent a considerable amount of time in churchy settings. None of the churchy settings were quite so memorable as the United Holiness Camp in Milan, Indiana. Milan, Indiana is so small, … Continue reading