Monthly Archives: October 2011

Like a Fragrant Offering

by Jean Roesler As a runner, I eagerly await the day when the cool crisp air of the fall season will replace the hot and humid air of summer. Morning runs bring on a refreshing vigor and an appreciation for … Continue reading

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All of a Sudden It Crept Up

If we are an aging person we have no way to explain the title of this post but it has been our experience. I was reviewing life with a Senior Adult couple in our church lobby recently.  As they told … Continue reading

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A Spectacular Color Show

When you plan a weather dependent event and the elements cooperate perfectly you may be asked if you had placed a special order requesting these conditions.  This was my experience last Friday as we held our Senior Adult Prayer Retreat … Continue reading

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Not With That Name

I grew up on a farm 8 miles north of a town of 1000 people. No one was ever sure that a thousand people really lived there but that was the number painted on the sign that identified the town’s … Continue reading

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How Long Do Flies Live?

I love to be with friends who ask questions I have never thought of. This week there were three of us driving around in a van looking for odds and ends that you need from time to time to make … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss the Rainbow

This morning I got a text message from a friend who is traveling. “Went through the most horrendous storm on our way here but got to see a wonderful double rainbow because of it” As I reflect on this past … Continue reading

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