Monthly Archives: February 2016

Gimme A Break!

Everyone needs some time off, and Dimitris and I are getting ready to do just that–take some time off. This afternoon, we will be driven over to the Port of Tampa by our Italian friend, Eido. Eido is our taxi … Continue reading

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Ding-A-Ling

The pastor of our church, King of Peace MCC, has been undergoing treatment for breast cancer, and the congregation has been praying for her healing. She started with chemotherapy and, of course, lost her hair. Then she had radiation treatments. … Continue reading

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Renewing Mockingbird

Many, I’m sure, must have noticed that we lost a great American novelist last week–Harper Lee, author of the novel To Kill A Mockingbird. I remember reading the book years ago before seeing the movie. The story, for me, was … Continue reading

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Blue Horse (repeat)

It seems that the entire time I was in elementary and high school, I was a collector. The items that I collected required only that I have a pair of scissors and patience. They came in different sizes, some rather … Continue reading

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Thursday Is Weigh-In Day

As of Thursday, February 18, I weigh 188.8 pounds, am five feet nine and one-half inches tall, and am 77 years old. A couple of years ago, I stepped on some kind of machine that was supposed to tell me … Continue reading

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My Little Sneak

While I was teaching at Northeast High school, I moved out of my home and lived alone in several different locations. Eventually, I had a house built and moved into my new house by myself. Some of my fellow teachers … Continue reading

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My Premonition

Every Saturday morning, I bowl with Rick Coffman, my bowling buddy of many years. Last Saturday was no exception. I won the first game; he whomped me the second. Our bowling¬†scores are frequently affected by the amount of time we … Continue reading

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