Monthly Archives: May 2016

594 Crafty (Gen. 3:1 ff) 5-6-16 (go to 580 for word search)

How came the serpent to be more crafty than any beast in Eden? More crafty than the only woman in the garden, Eve, who was, it turns out, more crafty than Adam, according to Adam, who said, ” The woman … Continue reading

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593 Generation Gaps In Genesis 5-4-16 (Go to 580 for words to search for)

Jared, at 162, begat Enoch. Enoch, at 65, a mere child, begat Methuselah. Enoch, at 365, left to walk with God, leaving his father, Jared, and his son, Methuselah, to wander the dunes together. Now, Jared was 962 when he … Continue reading

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592 Enoch’s Get-A-Way 5-2-16 (GO TO 580 FOR WORD SEARCH)

Jared, at 162, fathered Enoch, who, at 65, (just out of puberty), fathered Methuselah. 300 years later, Enoch was not! At 365, God took him, removed him from the multi-generaional sandwich in which he was caught. Since Jared died at … Continue reading

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591 Brenna’s Line 5-1-16 (go to 580 for word search)

Brenna Elizabeth Sheeley I claim as grand-daughter for by now, the idea of “step” is irrelevant. She is a bundle of energy, brilliant imagination and giggling enthusiasm. Need to laugh, find Brenna. She is the only daughter of my ____ … Continue reading

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590 A Geneology For “GG” 4-29-16 (go to 580 for search words)

My grand-niece, Genevieve Mae Machado, called “GG”, five years old, a green-eyed, carrot-haired sprite, is the only child and daughter of my niece, Marie Elizabeth Machado, called “Maribeth”, a brave young woman who created and recreated herself, became a nurse … Continue reading

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589 Silver Spoon 4-26-16 (go to 580 for search words)

My grand niece is nicknamed “GG”. I hold GG’s great, great, grandmothers spoon, tarnished, filagreed, engraved with “E. L. Atlanta” for Elizabeth Louise Atlanta Matisen, my grand mother who I never met, but have seen in old sepia photos, holding … Continue reading

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588 be patient 4-24-16 (go 580 for search words)

If we might be patient enough to wait, to watch, Nature will reveal herself in soft sighs, sensual moves, gentle touches, rainbows. Slowly slides down her Autumn dress, softly she sings to each arriving bird. Her slow lap dance with … Continue reading

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