Monthly Archives: April 2012

Get Out Your Red and Blue Shirts

This weekend, you need to have a blue and a red shirt in your wardrobe. Break out the blue one for tonight. The St. Louis Blues hockey team play the opening game in their post season contest. Save the red … Continue reading

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Farewell to Dorothy

I’ve just come from attending the Funeral Mass for a knitter friend, Dorothy Friedrich. She was born in 1919 so had a long life. I looked around the church and counted fewer than 25 people there to say farewell to … Continue reading

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Lenten Choral Concert

Friday evening I attended a Lenten choral concert at a nearby Methodist church. It was performed by their 150 voice chancel choir plus three soloists. I do have to wonder about the size of a congregation that can have 150 … Continue reading

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Working Election Leaves Me Confused

Working the election leaves me confused. Not the politics; I’m clear enough on that. This was a general muncipal election and I’m confused about why so few people came to vote. We only had 100 voters and at least three … Continue reading

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Election Day

It’s an election day. I’m off to the polls to work as an election judge. If there is an election in your district today, get yourself to the polls and vote. Otherwise, my getting up at 4 a.m. to get … Continue reading

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