Monthly Archives: February 2014

Living Into Holiness

Some of you know that I was once a teacher. A history teacher.  A good teacher.  A hard teacher. I had my students write and write and write some more.  I wanted them to take the history we were studying … Continue reading

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Savoring the Silence

Jan at Rev Gal Blog Pals wrote the biddings to the Friday Five this week.  But I confess–I got distracted by her opening statement.  She writes, “Just getting back from four days of silence, I am suddenly thrust back into … Continue reading

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LOADS OF LOVELY LOVE

Friday Random Five! Posted on February 14, 2014 by revkarla Hello Gals and Pals, Happy Valentine’s Day!  I know that some (a lot) of you are digging out from snow and ice and lack of electricity.  We feel for you, and love you!     Some … Continue reading

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Friday Five: spring is ready to be sprung!

Three Dog Mom writes at Rev Gal Blog Pals, “Here in Nashville the annual Antiques and Garden Show is getting underway.  The temperatures are more cold and windy than is typical, and the garden displays with colorful spring blooms are … Continue reading

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Anna’s Song

There was a time, not so very long ago, when speak-ins and teach-ins and hootenannies were a big part of life on American college campuses.  As ubiquitous as tweets and instagrams were lightly colored fliers announcing the latest speak-in or … Continue reading

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Going Home

Years ago I read a novel by Thomas Wolfe entitled “You Can’t Go Home Again.”  It was a long novel.  Pages and pages and pages exploring the question, “Can one go home again?”  By the end of the book, I … Continue reading

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