Monthly Archives: February 2007

Something Exciting—Something Creative

After many years of avoiding it, I have finally allowed myself the pleasure of learning a new software program. It’s called Dreamweaver and it is used to create and publish pages to the world wide web. I have been involved … Continue reading

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Another One Of Those Nights

It’s four am in the morning and I am up and sitting in front of the computer because I don’t want to keep Sandi awake. It’s another one of those nights where my mind gets stuck on something and I … Continue reading

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A Friend’s Visit

My old friend Robert stopped by yesterday. He has just finished writing a book and wanted me to have a copy of the rough draft. I haven’t begun to read it yet as I will have to print it out, … Continue reading

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Sherlock Holmes And A Windy Night In My Town

One of the aspects of living in the mountains of North Carolina that you learn to live with is the wind. We are at an elevation of about 3,000 feet above sea level here and when the wind blows, as … Continue reading

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The Next Level

During my recent trip to Maryland to visit family, Sandi and I listened to some teachings from a 2006 conference called “Quantum Leap”. You might be thinking it was about the tv show of the same name that was popular … Continue reading

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A Ride I Didn’t Want To Take

Sandi and I have arrived in Maryland, where my sister lives with her husband in an old historic town. The houses are from that era when builders left about three feet in between each house and the sidewalks are still … Continue reading

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Another Perspective

Monday evening as I drove my daughter to the local shopping mall, I turned my Ipod to a Bruce Cockburn album that I had downloaded several weeks ago as I prepared to go on a business trip. I think I … Continue reading

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