Monthly Archives: January 2015

End of the Day

When the girls were growing up, at the end of the day, in our house, it always concluded the same. Always. Every night. Seven days a week for their first twelve to fourteen years of life. It ended with myself, … Continue reading

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Eagle Eyes

We would all admit that baseball catchers are very good at silent communication, sending hand signals to their pitchers so that they can be on the same page for the next pitch. Still, they hold nothing on the silent communication … Continue reading

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Little Bear Claw

I have a confession to make. I used to be an Indian. I know. Shocking. You didn’t know. It came out of the blue, but it’s true. Maybe not a “real, face painted, genuINE Wild West Injun,” but I lived … Continue reading

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Phil

  April wanted a fish finder. On her Christmas list this past year, the fish finder was at the top – a fish finder that she could use for ice fishing. I got her one. She was elated. It was … Continue reading

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Cafe Man

I’m not exactly a “morning cup of Joe” sort of guy. I drink tea. I know. Sounds wimpy, but I do. Blame my mom. She weened me from milk to tea. Even with tea, I don’t go there every morning. … Continue reading

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Wonderfulness

It is nice, on a Monday, just starting your week, to hear something wonderful. Let me try. Psalms 40:5 says “Many, O LORD my God, are Your wonderful works which You have done . . . ” “Many” are all … Continue reading

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Make Do

We received some more snow two nights ago. Yesterday morning, being one of the first ones out, I checked our snow gauge to see how many inches had accumulated. We had about 3″. The snow gauge said so. It stands … Continue reading

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