Monthly Archives: November 2016

Don’t Remain A Caterpillar

My favorite “go-to” quote source is Bill Coffin. Lots and lots of quotes that work. Thought of one yesterday when Diane shared some picts from our backyard. The Coffin quote, that might even be linked to our own lives, goes … Continue reading

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The Value Of Imperfection

Once in a while—wish more frequent these days—I read something that shakes me to my soul. I remember Bill Coffin preaching to us clergy, “The primary task of preaching is to preach vulnerability. “ Ah, vulnerability—something in the realm of … Continue reading

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Living In A Dog’s World

I am moved—deeper than deep—by this story. Because it taps into the deepest place in my heart. Dogs are major in my life. And in Diane’s. For reasons that are not understood totally but welcomed fully, our dogs—Faith, Caleb and … Continue reading

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Cubs Win–Even At the Grave

I must have had at least five heart-attacks [felt that way] during the 7th World Series game. The first came when the Cubs starting pitcher was taken out of the game…very prematurely. The others were…well, when a ball was fumbled, … Continue reading

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