Monthly Archives: December 2012

One Holy Night

Matthew: And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: … Continue reading

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Blue Christmas

This blog was written before the horror at Sandy Hook. I hope someday the parents, family members and loved ones of those who were lost will find a measure of peace. —– ‚ÄúThank you Lord for another day, help my … Continue reading

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Life Shanks

(This is an update from a post on an earlier site) My brother was once tied in a punt-pass & kick competition in Houston, Texas. It came down to the kick. If he kicked the ball farthest off the tee … Continue reading

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Finding the Fiscal Cliff: An Adventure

Last night my son Jeremy asked me where the fiscal cliff was. I had to admit the thought had never occurred to me. Everyone is talking about it. We’ve seen images, like Thelma and Louise in that famous scene driving … Continue reading

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The Last Leaf

Dusty and I are sitting on the front porch waiting for the last leaf to fall off the Elm tree out front. He is mighty stubborn, holding on to that limb tight as he can by a very tired looking … Continue reading

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