Monthly Archives: July 2012

Friends

“Yes’m, old friends is always best, ‘less you can catch a new one that’s fit to make an old one out of.”  -Sarah Orne Jewett, ca. 1896 After church yesterday, my family and I had lunch with a group consisting … Continue reading

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World Geography 101

Hello, my blogosphere friends. Sorry I’ve been out this week. Life has been full – for that I’m thankful – but I’ve had little time to write. Then today, I had a conversation that was at once funny and surreal, … Continue reading

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Crazy drivers

I drove to Walmart mid-afternoon yesterday. It’s eight – maybe, nine – minutes away from my house. Not a long drive at all. But it’s just long enough to witness some crazy stunts by other drivers. The pickup that pulled … Continue reading

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Are Game Boys considered antiques yet?

My husband and I watched Sleepless in Seattle with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks last night. I had forgotten what a great movie it is! There were a few items in the movie that unleashed a whole string of “Do … Continue reading

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Not a creature was stirring

My husband and I returned home last night after a weekend up at my in-laws place in the country. Our kids are staying with their grandparents for a week of summer fun. I thought I would enjoy the peace and … Continue reading

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Those who are with us…

Do you ever feel as though it’s you against the world? I do sometimes. There are days when nothing seems to be going my way. Days when I’m overwhelmed. Days when I feel alone on this ride called life. But … Continue reading

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Life imitating art

I just finished reading Karen Kingsbury’s latest novel, Coming Home. Without giving too much away, there’s a scene in the book in which the driver of an 18-wheeler falls asleep at the wheel and causes a wreck. I experienced a … Continue reading

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