Monthly Archives: April 2014

In Memory

In the first chapter of Exodus, verse 8, it says,  “Then a new king, to whom Joseph meant nothing, came to power in Egypt.”  This took several generations, but today it may happen in a much shorter time.  We move … Continue reading

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Easter, 2014

(This was originally written for the April issue of Jones Valley Life, but it did not make the cut.) A family lost their beloved black cat, Zorro, just before Easter and buried him in the back yard. On Easter Sunday, when … Continue reading

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Lone Goose

(This was originally going to be my monthly contribution to Jones Valley Life for their June issue, but the magazine has folded.) Around the lakes of our neighborhood there are three common types of waterfowl:  herons, ducks (mostly mallards), and Canada … Continue reading

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What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?

From the time a child starts to be able to respond to questions, one of the most persistent questions comes down to some form of “What do you want to be when you grow up?”  The answer to that question … Continue reading

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