Monthly Archives: November 2012

Around the Corner

This Friday, Mary Beth at Rev Gal Blog Pals focuses our attention on corner shops.  Her questions got me thinking and remembering a corner I have come to love.  Some of the Lutherans among us may even know it:  Como … Continue reading

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Leftovers

This week the Rev Gal Blog Pals challenge is one regarding leftovers.  Here are the questions Rev Gal Deb has posted: 1.  What has SURPRISED you in this season of Thanksgiving? It can be culinary, personal or spiritual.  A little … Continue reading

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An Antidote to the Clamor, Noise and Business of the Day

In the midst of all the clamor and business and noise; in the midst of all the ads urging me to shop Thanksgiving night; in the midst of shells exploding, bombs dropping, and rockets firing in the Holy Land, I … Continue reading

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FRIDAY FIVE: LOSTNESS, MULLEYGRUBS, LIFE IN THIS MOMENT

The folks at Rev Gal Blog Pals are looking at Mulleygrubs,  giving thanks and Thanksgiving.  This morning, I’m in a rush:  I want to cook a special breakfast for my husband; I have to walk the dogs; there’s an appointment … Continue reading

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Bound Together

There they are.  Two people moving slowly towards one another.  One emerging from the wilderness in search of food.  There’s a purposefulness to his gait.  God has sent him on this journey assuring him a widow will provide.  The other … Continue reading

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Happy Happy Happy Talk

“Remember the joyful sweetness of our lives!” urged my Rev Gal Blog Pal today.  What timely advice in the aftermath of the first storms of the winter season, the last storm of the election season, and the turbulence of life … Continue reading

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