Reflections on Reflecting & Planning
Have you ever noticed that by Jan. 1 you are so exhausted that yearly planning, reflecting, resolutions may just go out the window. In the two months, from Halloween, actually, leading up to year’s end, many of us are in a rush to get ‘er done!
Reflections on Seeds
Recently I received something I don’t think have ever received before - a seed catalogue.
Reflections on Community Help
Raf got me a Roku for Christmas, as well as a membership in Netflix and I haven’t watched so many movies in a really long time!
Reflections on Those Things Not Seen
It’s two days until Christmas. Christmas, a time for faith if there ever was one, a time for not seeing but knowing that something is true.
Reflections on the Skeleton of Trees
As I look up into the gray winter sky from the desk in my office, I see the skeletal structure of the tree outside my window.
Reflections on Advent studies
As you know, Advent began last Sunday and will last through Christmas Eve.
Reflections on body odor
Last weekend Raf and I went to our favorite donut shop for our usual Sunday morning donuts and English muffins with egg and sausage.
Reflections on aging
A week or so ago the Index published an article on the Senior Citizen page called, of all things, “Aging drivers present new challenges.”
Reflections on our church
Many of you, over the past year, have asked what is going on with our church and, in some cases as with First Presbyterian, you have offered to help us in whatever way you can. We at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church appreciate your concern and interest, and I thought that since we have just held the 30th annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, I would highlight what we know thus far.
Reflections on ancestral cemeteries
I know I have spoken to you about cousins. There are first cousins, many of whom I am quite fond, and there are second and third cousins, sometimes removed, whom I have never met.
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