I want to pay tribute to wonderful people I have known, the wonderful country in which I live, the communities in which I have lived, the churches who have claimed me as their own, the God who sends shivers down my back when I really give him a portion of my time—well, maybe not shivers but tears flow easily in some of those most priceless times.
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NOT FAKE NEWS!!!!
Good day, Listening Audience, this is Stella Shellingham, bringing you Local Happenings, your first news responders. This playground is being established to…….WHAT HAPPENED? I kid you not, there were about fifteen children here; they have all disappeared!! Calling home base, … Continue reading
Beyond that hill is a magnificent house owned by Sadie. As a young widow, Sadie had to work hard to supply food for her family. One day she plowed up a treasure. Half million dollars worth. Lots of money in … Continue reading
CONFIRMING HIS PROMISE
“Just go, I can’t take this anymore.” “Surely you don’t mean that,” Brian responded, as he held her close. “Yes, go,” Sadly, Brian left. It was June 8th. A date never to be forgotten. Two weeks since their baby was … Continue reading
BENEFITS OF OLD AGE
“They say we don’t have a sense of humor,” chortled Harold. “I’ve lived long enough to have been manipulated in all ways.” Harold, a retired Bishop, was speaking to Laurence, a retired Elder. Subject: This old church which some entrepreneur … Continue reading
BEST LAID PLANS
“Bubba, look at that will you? It’s been there all day. Grill and propane tank just waiting for corn-on-the cob fit for a king.” “Or fit for Bubba,” laughed Stu. “Let’s run down to the store and buy some meat. … Continue reading
Bang, clang, jug-a-lug. The ride was rough. Joe and Jill sat in the front; Jill drove. I could not see because they were both in the front; I was in the back. All this hoopla because my nose wouldn’t quit … Continue reading
THANKS FOR WORKING
We entered double doors, and were met with a sign over the hostess table, “Sorry for slow service. We cannot get workers.” A nice dose of honesty. We could see maybe fifteen tables. Lisa was IT. One waitress; one man … Continue reading
MATH OR DOODLES?
Teacher notes in Jeron’s folder “He’s capable but unmotivated.” Succeeding years revealed the same conclusions from teachers, principles, and counselors. They tried. The turn=around happened in a high school math class. Jeron was doodling in his workbook instead of doing … Continue reading
Punch the button to make the three-dimensional door close, becoming a shelf for other kegs. Thus the “speakeasy” from Mr. Stanley Garland’s old livery station is hidden. The “speakeasy” – an unlicensed saloon – was the term used by a … Continue reading
Ahhh, it’s cozy here, 75 degrees, every room. I don’t like cold; I must have a plan. So my anticipated plan follows: Plan A. This auto-thermostat furnace, 75 degrees. Paid for. Plan B. Generator. Expensive. Plan C. Wood burning fireplace. … Continue reading