Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Revenge of the Egg

Every once in a while, I like to make a fried egg sandwich for lunch.  Recently, I ran into a very uncooperative egg.  This egg had a bad attitude.  It began early.  As I cracked the egg on the edge … Continue reading

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Three Score and Ten

Yesterday (if you read this on Thursday, when the majority do), I passed a milestone:  seventy years on this earth.  As Eubie Blake said (and later Mickey Mantle), “If I had known I would live this long, I’d have taken … Continue reading

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In Between

Several years ago, when my friend, Rev. Dorothy Ann Webster, was the pastor of a church I had been pastor of previously, I used to receive their monthly newsletter.  I remember one article she wrote about a trip she had … Continue reading

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Spring, 2018

Many of my friends live in places where April has arrived in dress of white.  Several have complained that this April Fool’s prank has lasted too long.  It brought to mind an April, many years ago. In 1968, I was … Continue reading

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