Monthly Archives: March 2021

968 “Where Two Are Gathered…..” (Matthew 18:20 – Revisited ” 03-04-2021

I never have to sit too long for something to happen between the tree line of our wood lot and the dozen bird feeders hanging from shepherd crooks in the back of our back yard. Today, I scrubbed out a … Continue reading

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967 Roll-Top-Desk 03-02-2021

My mind is an old, oaken, roll-top-desk. A real antique. Not some clap-board reproduction. With pigeon holes, little sliding drawers and a long, narrow, junk-drawer, the catch-all for everything else that fits, and a locked safe and a file box … Continue reading

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966 Practical Aging 03-02-20212

I’d like my legs to be a bit more spry and my ears to hear soft sighs. But I’ll take whatever I can get until the day I die.

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965 What To Do? 02-27-2021

Cherished quilts in her cedar chest. Autumn-Winter dresses in her closet. Medical books on her desk. Her stuff – without her. What can he do with all of it? Any of it? Can’t leave it there. Can’t sell it. Can’t … Continue reading

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