Monthly Archives: September 2010

Courtesy and Kindness

Sunday was Grandparents’ Day at church. The morning service featured poems about grandparents, a choir made up of grandparents, etc. The theme was “testimonies” and several grandparents gave their testimony of God’s salvation, provision, healing, etc. There were two speakers, … Continue reading

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Remembering 9/11

It seems to me that there has been more attention paid to remembering the anniversary of 9/11 this year than in other years. In thinking about why this is the case, I realized the furor over building the Moslem mosque … Continue reading

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Traditions

I checked out some library books today. Once home, I started reading one which has to do with a group of quilters meeting for a potluck lunch the day after Thanksgiving. They spend the day together working on … guess … Continue reading

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It Is Finished

My February Lady Sweater is a finished object. I started this sweater in April, 2009, and fully intended to have it finished to wear that winter. But as so often happens, my plans changed. My knitting got sidetracked into a … Continue reading

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Fun at Church

Last night was one of fun at church. The youth group had their Untalent Show. This is a fundraiser for their missions project. I so enjoy going to this show. It’s always interesting to see who has signed up to … Continue reading

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Childhood Treat Revisited

When I was a little girl, a favorite treat was buttered saltine crackers. Of course, it wasn’t really butter back then. It was margarine which came in a white block that Mother had to color with a packet of dye … Continue reading

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