Monthly Archives: December 2015

A Final Note[s] For 2015

It’s the last day morning of 2015. Am sitting in the most wonderful B&B, Jay Lee in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. In a bit will visit Fred and Louise Trost in their home…then will drive to Milwaukee Airport Motel, to return … Continue reading

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When Life Falls Apart For A Purpose

I know this isn’t conjecture. Let me be stronger. I KNOW each of you can identify with my day…when you have planned for months for a special time…and everything falls apart. Let me explain. It goes like this…for months I … Continue reading

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Meadowlark Lemon–More Than Basketball And Sweet Georgia Brown

This will be a different blog…as 2015 comes to a close. For just a couple more days. I read this article about Meadowlark Lemon who died this past Sunday. I remember—younger than young—tapping my seat with my hands—and delighted—sheer delight—to … Continue reading

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A Voice About A White Envelope

A Voice About a White Envelope Christmas Story: For the Man Who Hated Christmas By Nancy W. Gavin It’s just a small, white envelope stuck among the branches of our Christmas tree. No name, no identification, no inscription. It has … Continue reading

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A Christmas Always To Remember

Found an emptiness within…surprise…yet not surprise. This past Advent and Christmas, my favorite “church time” aside from Lent and Holy Week, being part of it was always the more connected time when pastor and people had common ground…to share in … Continue reading

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Do You See What I See?

Not sure…but lean in this direction: life is about seeing, about perceiving and about envisioning. Not to be heady…but a possible way to consider life and its happenstances. When asked, “What do you see?”, the first response is descriptive. When … Continue reading

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Christmas Day…God In Our Midst

Words that matter…on this Christmas Day. A prayer: O God, who wonderfully created, and yet more wonderfully restored, the dignity of human nature: Grant that we may share the divine life of him who humbled himself to share our humanity, … Continue reading

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