Category Archives: holidays

Holiday Weekend

Here we are at Memorial Day weekend. Do you have any special plans? I don’t have any plans … yet. The Compton Heights Concert Band have their annual concert Monday afternoon. I’m undecided whether I want to go. Parking will … Continue reading

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Fashion Question

When is it time to wear white shoes? The other day my sister commented she hadn’t gotten a white purse for Easter. I told her you don’t wear white until Memorial Day. She said the correct start date for white … Continue reading

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Day After Christmas

T’was the day after Christmas And all through the house People were napping, both husband and wife Unwrapping gifts had exhausted them To say nothing of eating breakfast and a big dinner It’s no wonder they weren’t getting any thinner. … Continue reading

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Not Ready for Holiday

Are you ready for Christmas? I’m not. I still have some gifts to wrap. I’ve given up on Christmas cards. I’ve sent some e-cards to folks I have email addresses for and mailed a few paper ones. The cost of … Continue reading

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I Can’t Believe It!

I can’t believe it! I have all my Christmas shopping done except for some stocking stuffers. How did this happen? I bought the children’s gifts last week. Yesterday I went out on Black Friday and got the gifts for the … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks

Here are some things about thanks from my pastor’s Bible study last week: Giving thanks is a Christ characteristic. When Jesus gives thanks, He is exampling our dependence on God and the importance of humanity giving “thanks” to deity. Make … Continue reading

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It’s Too Early

Yesterday as I drove down my street to run an errand I did a doubletake. A big house has all (at least I think it’s all) their Christmas lights up. It’s too early for Christmas lights. The people in the … Continue reading

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