Monthly Archives: June 2012

June 24,2012: Clash of the woodlanders

The lone, dark figure worked relentlessly, braving high temperatures, life-threatening insects, and obstinate machinery to set the trap. He made doubly sure of its security and smooth operation, for he knew his opponent was both cunning and resourceful. He had … Continue reading

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June 17, 2012: The green grass grows all around, all around…

“If the grass looks greener on the other side of the fence, water your lawn.” – Craig Groschel, Pastor of LifeChurch.tv My life is full of much green grass. Some of it is so green, I don’t even care if … Continue reading

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God’s One-room Rescue

For at least two or three generations now, most kids in the U.S.A. grew up in a same-age peer group. At school, we separate mostly by age until late high school. For swim lessons, Tee Ball, Drivers’ Ed, and Sunday … Continue reading

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June 10, 2012: Of entropy vanquished

Everything is just ducky at our house. It even smells ducky. No, it’s not the poop in the yard from our 5 adult ducks and one recovering adolescent duck. It’s not the duck food scattered in various parts of our … Continue reading

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June 3, 2012: Double, double, toil, and…what? Again?!?

I guess God knows I’m a little thick in the head. I must be, or I would have noticed it myself a little sooner. In which case, of course, there would be nothing to notice. Anyway,   this week’s episode … Continue reading

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