Monthly Archives: September 2010

What I didn’t say

If it weren’t for the fact that it was late and we were running out of time…I might have held the microphone and had an opportunity to speak at my high school reunion last night. This is an amazing prospect … Continue reading

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The Learning Years

To quote a FaceBook post I saw this morning, “Those who say it can’t be done should get out-of-the-way of those who are doing it.” From our experience, we have had to deal with those Negative Nellies who tell us … Continue reading

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Where were you when the world stopped turning?

“Where were you when the world stopped turning that September day?” sings Alan Jackson. Today has been one of reflection on those moments that forever leave their mark on your soul. I remember exactly where I was that morning. Just … Continue reading

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In 30 days…

“30 days hath September… April, June and November…” I remember sitting with Grandma on the window seat in the farm-house, looking out to the eastern field, as she recited this mnemonic poem over and over to me until I learned … Continue reading

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Wishing for Fall

I am wishing for fall so badly that I got excited over dry leaves…but the day turned out hot and sunny, over 100° and smacking of summer. I should have known by the reflection that it wasn’t quite here yet…

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