Monthly Archives: January 2008

Dreams and All the Rest

What I know about dreams and what they mean can fit neatly into an extra small coffee cup—the kind like those upscale shops use to put a shot of espresso. One gulp and it’s finished. What I do know is … Continue reading

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Blog Block and the Rhythm of Life

I remember back in the early to mid eighties when I worked at the Jefferson Times newspaper, I had to come up with editorial and feature ideas for the twice a week publication on a very “regular” basis. I would … Continue reading

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Films, friendship and other states of being.

The past couple of weeks have been an unsettled mosaic of events that have not really seemed to make a pattern I can recognize other than to say most of my time has been spent inside feeding the wood stove … Continue reading

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Jungle Jim’s

Last week I flew to Kentucky on business and in between doing what I was there to do, I was able to visit a “destination location” called Jungle Jim’s. Jungle Jim’s International Market is actually located in Fairfield, Ohio, just … Continue reading

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Misty Edwards

Here is a link that was forwarded to me from a friend. I share it with you in hopes that the message will speak for itself. I am always amazed with people who can flow in the gifting they have … Continue reading

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Just A Business Trip?

Even though business trips are not necessarily something that I look forward to, I always enjoy what accompanies them: the time to reflect and the opportunity to see and experience new things. Reflection brings with it new perspectives on many … Continue reading

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What About Adam

Every once and a while my mind is confronted with a piece of information that I really didn’t see coming. Like this past Saturday—hanging out in the mall while my wife and daughter shopped, I picked up a book on … Continue reading

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