Monthly Archives: August 2012

I Did It My Way

My 3-year-old grandson knelt beside his bed to say his goodnight prayers.  “Bless Mommy and Daddy; Grandpa and Grandma; my baby brother, my uncles and aunts; and all the jet pilots in the world.  And Jesus, please help Mommy and … Continue reading

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Who Knew?

At the turn of the eighteenth century who knew the use of arsenic to lighten one’s complexion could kill?  At the turn of the twentieth century who knew the formula for the new drink, Coca Cola, which contained cocaine, would … Continue reading

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No Fear!

People go to horror movies to feel the thrill of adrenalin coursing through the veins or the temporary chill of fear.  Recently a group of movie goers experienced real terror at a theater.  I can’t imagine what it must have … Continue reading

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Everyday Grace

A few days ago Richard and I were at a local buffet when I noticed a sour faced woman sitting with her husband at a nearby table.  When I smiled in her direction her frown stayed firmly in place,  I … Continue reading

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