Monthly Archives: November 2020

To Mask or Not to Mask

This pandemic has my mind in a whirl. Before school started, my daughter posted pictures of her children wearing the newest addition to their wardrobe – face masks. “Wear a mask. Go to school. Study there.” Inconvenient. Yes. Mandatory, Yes. … Continue reading

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New puppy fever

    A flood of Facebook pictures announced the newest pet in the family: a French beagle puppy. (Okay, it has a fancy name, but that will do for now.) Long soft ears, big paws and an eager spirit to explore … Continue reading

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Going back home

Our recent journey along the Interstate back to my husband’s home state refreshed our memory of cold and barren holiday months in the windy north. We traverse frigid states to re-kindle warm feelings among kin who live too far away … Continue reading

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SCOTUS and the Girl Scouts

    Everything I need to know I learned in kindergarten – including the exclusivity of tight knit groups. In kindergarten I watched two or three girls become best friends to the exclusion of others whom they snubbed. As an adult, … Continue reading

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Hoarding Cantaloipes

Hoarding is fed by yard sales. I shop the sales searching for items for my hoard and often ask, as a I did at a recent sale, “Do you have any Christian literature?” “We have the Bible Dad had,” The … Continue reading

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