Monthly Archives: July 2009

Senior Moment

I had an experience at the grocery store yesterday that really threw me for a loop. I had just dashed in on my way home from Rotary to pick up a couple of items, including a twelve-pack of Yuengling, and … Continue reading

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Beyond Comprehension

“How great is our Lord! His power is absolute! His understanding is beyond comprehension!Psalm 147:5″ These were the words I read on the card. When I went out to get the paper this morning, I discovered that sometime during the … Continue reading

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A Million Little Pieces

Although I haven’t read James Frey’s book, I am aware that the “million little pieces” of his title have to do with the fragmentation or splintering of his life. In my case, what is fragmented is the record of my … Continue reading

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