Monthly Archives: September 2011

Sequence Failed Continuity

Sequence Failed Continuity. Emotional gravity. Those words speak this morning, Saturday, September 17, 2011.  A valued friend, Al Day, sent me “A Pilot’s Story,” about an American Airlines Pilot who was to have been on their flight from Boston to … Continue reading

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Lightning? Flashbulb taking your picture

Marilyn Gregory, good friend and member of the last church I served an interim minister [First Christian Church in San Marcos], shared this lovely example of how life can be managed…all from a child.  This is only apt for Marilyn, … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace…for us all as September dawns

September’s first dawning light. The Austin weathercasters rejoiced last night in announcing a “cold front,” for it will be under 100 degrees today. I didn’t think of that, though, when Joe Bostwick wrote me this morning. Joe, a wonderful friend … Continue reading

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