Monthly Archives: January 2013

No Small Task

Peter Marshall tells this story in his book, Keeper of the Springs: Once upon a time, a certain town grew up at the foot of a mountain range. It was sheltered by the mountain and protected from harsh winds and … Continue reading

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A String of Well-Lit Bulbs

Bill Cosby’s mother grew up in poverty. The Cosby family had very little money as Bill was growing up. As a result, Bill’s mother learned to live a very, very simple life.  She never had modern conveniences and had gotten … Continue reading

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The Family Business

One of our family’s favorite memories is the story of the lost blanket. One of our children had a special blanket with which she slept. It was light green in color, soft and cuddly, and had been lovingly crocheted by … Continue reading

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There Goes the Neighborhood

25 years ago, when Dave and I built and moved into our current home, our neighborhood was very new. We were the third house to be built there.  As the years passed, the development was completed. With each new house … Continue reading

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