Monthly Archives: December 2010

Perspective

Christmas morning and I have a sore throat. Yuk. I hate to be sick on holidays. And as long as I’m whining— Went to fix a flat yesterday and came home with two new tires. On Christmas Eve, when one … Continue reading

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Irreplaceable

Old Bibles are like old friends. Irreplaceable. Lost mine about a year ago. Not lost it, exactly; I retired it. Was about time. Both front and back covers were gone. Inside pages were coming apart. Some were hopelessly crinkled. “Embarrassing,” … Continue reading

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Aboard The Dawn Treader

Feeling stronger and a bit younger today. Always do after a visit to Narnia. Which I did shortly after midnight this morning. Yep. Saw 20th Century Fox’s  film version of C. S. Lewis’s Voyage of the Dawn Treader. And, for … Continue reading

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The Granddaughters Who Saved Christmas

Their names are Taylor and Brooke, and they are the granddaughters who saved Christmas. It was the mid-90s, and, with our youngest off to college, Charlotte and I became empty nesters, which we enjoyed immensely. At first. Parents of five … Continue reading

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Last Day of the Semester

Last day of the semester. The older I get the more it feels like the last day of summer camp in the ’60s. I was a counselor at Hidden Falls Ranch, and that Friday in early August signaled the final … Continue reading

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