Monthly Archives: December 2012

Global Warming

The holidays bring families together from all parts of the globe.  My family is no exception.  All who can possibly get to the meeting spot, get there.  At this point in my family, on both sides, we are three generations of … Continue reading

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Advent

This Advent, the season leading up to Christmas, has been a season of hope. During the month of December, in spite of the slaughter of  20 innocents and 2 fire fighters, I learned several facts that lightened my journey through this … Continue reading

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Innocents

Herod asked the three kings to up-date him on the whereabouts of the infant king when they found Him.  Herod, the king said that he wanted to pay his respects, too.  Of course, Herod had other plans for anyone whom … Continue reading

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Milksops

Have we become a nation of milksops?  In our efforts to tolerate all religions, to respect all Peoples, to be understanding of all life-styles, and to speak only political correctly, have we become a nation of ninnies?  A bus driver … Continue reading

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Happiness

The other evening at a dinner party, I sat next to a poetess whom I only knew slightly.  Actually, I had invited her when we met at a craft fair.  She seemed like an interesting person. She’d published several books … Continue reading

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