Monthly Archives: August 2011

Sound Reasoning

Of all the things that I own, I think my most prized possession are my Bose speakers and speaker system. When stereophonic sound was first coming into existence, I was there in college turning on an AM and an FM radio … Continue reading

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John 3:16

During a church service a few Sundays ago, I remembered an event that meant so much to me. It occurred years ago when I was directing choirs at Lake Maggiore Baptist Church in south St. Pete. We were practicing on … Continue reading

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Girth Control

I am trying once again to lose weight. Dieting was not a word in my vocabulary until I was well into adulthood. As a teenager and young adult, I had the opposite problem — gaining weight. During the time I … Continue reading

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Homely

I love my home. Although I have lived here since 1989, the “new” has never worn off. I enjoy coming home from wherever and dropping into my recliner. I love listening to stereo music in the living room. I love … Continue reading

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A Little Anal Humor

  In 1996, I had the privilege of traveling throughout Scandinavia with three other people, a doctor and his wife, and my partner. Sightseeing was my focus; shopping was the focus of the other three. I was traveling on pennies; … Continue reading

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Andre, Donald, David, Bill and Boh

I have two very talented sons — Boh and Todd Cooper. Todd is presently touring with the Alan Parsons group in Switzerland. He plays sax and does vocals. Search for him on http://www.YouTube.com. Boh (www.bohcooper.com) is a keyboard player and arranger who has … Continue reading

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Just As You Are

I was raised in a Southern Baptist home in the Piedmont area of South Carolina. I learned early the beliefs that were most important to Southern Baptists, such as immersion baptism and an invitation to salvation at the end of … Continue reading

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