Monthly Archives: July 2008

Getting It Together!

I don’t know about you, but I have to admit—post mid-life—that I still enter each day thinking that this might be the one when I get “it” all together. When all the pieces fit and life’s puzzle has been solved—at … Continue reading

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A Dry Time!

It is kind of hard to take sometimes when you catch yourself thinking that you haven’t had an original thought in what might be several weeks (if one were “into” keeping track of such things). You might argue that this … Continue reading

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Life’s Little Poetic Moments

I once worked for a semi-weekly newspaper and I remember my editor making a deal with me about the column that I wrote called, “Just Common“. I had recently become a Christian and so much of the meat of what … Continue reading

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Four Dollar Gas Is Only The Tip Of The Iceburg?

In the past few days I have been given pause to ruminate on the current price of food, the price of gas, 401K’s and the so-called “Green” initiative that seems to be coming at us—as consumers—from every possible angle. During … Continue reading

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