Monthly Archives: November 2010

Saturday Night at the Symphony

Last Saturday night I went to the Symphony. The program was another in their Russian Festival. The big draw, to me, rather than the program was the conductor. Leonard Slatkin had been the conductor here years ago and this was, … Continue reading

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After Thanksgiving Thoughts

Is anyone else turned off by the “Black Friday” designation for the day after Thanksgiving? I know it stems from the fact that it’s the day the storekeepers get “in the black” (or make money) but it has such a … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Table Prayer

By Kay Hoffman We thank you, Lord, for harvest gifts¬† Bestowed upon us here; We’re thankful too for blessings sent ¬†Each day throughout the year. We’re thankful for the Pilgrims Who braved the perilous sea That all may worship here … Continue reading

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Random Question

In a book I was reading earlier this week, I came across a section where there was a description of how the water in a small stream came to be there. The author described the water coming down from the … Continue reading

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The Furnace Man Cometh

Sorry I missed posting this yesterday. It was a busy day and, sadly, I just forgot about it. It’s not much of an excuse but it’s hard to type with cold fingers. About two weeks ago we were having warm … Continue reading

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Knitters’ Guild Anniversary Luncheon

Saturday was the Knitters’ Guild luncheon to celebrate our founding 25 years ago. This was held in the banquet room of a restaurant just off I-270 on the way to the airport. I had trouble finding the place! I understood … Continue reading

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