Monthly Archives: April 2011

Little ‘hunters’

It was a little damp and misty — and ‘jacket weather, with temps in the low 50’s, — but, the weather it did not dampen our church Annual Easter Egg — it a big success.  After a reading of the Easter Story, a song or two and a … Continue reading

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One photograph . . . Spring

 . . .  capturing a moment I want to remember and hold in my heart

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Happy National Bookmobile Day !

Summer, 1958:  Just like it was yesterday, I can remember stepping into the big red bookmobile as it idled in front of our local country store.  The location was the ‘Comanche Y’ in south-central Oklahoma.  The air conditioner is running full blast and I … Continue reading

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April 19th

“…It is important that such a tribute in no way diminish the tragedy, but rather, that it offer an inspiring contrast between the brutality of the evil and the tenderness of the response.” Excerpt from the Memorial Mission Statement

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Once a week treat

It may not be as ‘low carb’ as my doctor would like — but, at least once a week my breakfast comes from our neighborhood Sonic.  A large Diet Vanilla Coke (easy ice please) and a sausage burrito — it’s so … Continue reading

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One photograph . . .

 . . .  capturing a moment I want to remember and hold in my heart

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Garden animals, mitered squares & rick-rack

A couple of weeks ago, the calendar said it was Spring — which meant, my garden animals made the annual move from their winter home (a basket in the garage) out into the sunshine of the front flower beds (below you can see the foot of … Continue reading

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