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TOO SOON TO DIG IN

When bygone days of winter pass and snow is off the ground, I tend to think of planting things, and wait without a sound, There’s nothing like new life I think, while pushing through dead leaves, The natural mulch has … Continue reading

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SPRING HAS SPRUNG

The minute I typed the title for today’s blog, I thought to myself, this is way too optimistic. Spring in the Midwest usually doesn’t begin until somewhere between late April and July. We’ve been known to have blizzards in May. … Continue reading

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CRAZY HOLIDAYS

Today is March 9th, which also happens to be False Teeth Day. I really get a kick out of the many holidays available to celebrate. Who thinks these up anyway and why would a day be set aside for fake … Continue reading

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SPRING CLEANING

Actually, I generally fall asleep when I read, so that excuse isn’t going to work anymore. Spring time is a great opportunity to sweep away the cobwebs and sorrows – or is that “Tomorrow?” In any event, spring often conjures … Continue reading

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I GOT SHOT

I grew up in a day and age when vaccinations were commonplace. Before we entered school we were already immunized against small pox, DPT and later Polio, Measles and Mumps. For a while there, I was a pin cushion. When … Continue reading

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AGING WITH A PURPOSE

OK, maybe you really aren’t into muscle bound firemen or knitting, but you are growing older every day and there should be a purpose for all of it. Every event in our lives has led us to this point. All … Continue reading

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PRESIDENT DAY FUNNIES

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JEWELS OF DE NIAL

Well here it is, the first episode of “Jewels of de Nial,” the project I’ve been collaborating on for the past year. Since we did this mostly throughout the time of the pandemic, we went from a stage production to … Continue reading

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SCREAMS IN THE NIGHT

Since the beginning of the pandemic, I have used my time in isolation to watch old movies – mostly of a mysterious nature. I’ve kind of run out of the usual like, “The Maltese Falcon,” “Casablanca,” “North by Northwest,” “The … Continue reading

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ROAD BLOCKS

We used to have one of these in our garage.  I found it at a yard sale a several years ago and used it as a theater prop.  Little did I realize I’d have such a hard time disposing of … Continue reading

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SATURDAY SILLINESS

A little COVID19 song I wrote for your enjoyment and maybe a chuckle or two. To the tune of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas.” I’ll be home forever.  You can count on that. There will be snow while candles glow … Continue reading

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STUBBY RETURNS

Our little friend, Stubby, the squirrel disappeared for a couple weeks in December of 2020, but made a brief appearance again late in the month. Just about the time we had given up on seeing him again, he made a … Continue reading

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YOUNG AND RESTLESS SHEPHERDS

I believe the picture says it all.  These young shepherds show how antsy little boys get when they have to wait.  The story of the shepherds that were in their fields at the time of the Savior’s birth had heard … Continue reading

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INTERNATIONAL NINJA DAY

I always thought it would be cool to be a Ninja – to have the agility, the elasticity to glide over roof tops, leap stealthily from house to house with the greatest of ease. I suppose it may have to … Continue reading

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AN EARLY CHRISTMAS TALE

‘Twas right before Christmas and in our simple old house,Not a creature was stirring except one small mouse,He wasn’t too big, but the sight made me cringe,A mouse in the house meant he’d surely infringe, So off to the hardware … Continue reading

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COVID-19 YOU GOTTA LAUGH

At the time I posted this picture we were about three months into the pandemic. I was in denial, hoping that this was all a figment of my imagination – that I’d wake up and it would be over. For … Continue reading

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THE MIGHTY MOOSE

His powerful muscles are apparent in a body strong enough to carry the weight of his gigantic antlers.  His antlers resemble open hands reaching up to heaven.  As with all of God’s creatures, those six foot wide horns are set upon his head for a purpose. … Continue reading

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WHAT DO WE HAVE TO BE THANKFUL FOR?

This Thanksgiving will certainly be different. Our governor has put additional restrictions on our gathering because of the recent spike in COVID19. I know this is hard for most of us, but it’s just another glitch in a year that … Continue reading

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STUBBY, THE SQUIRREL

I’ve been spending a lot of time looking out my dining room windows lately. Our house is an old (1885) farm house, situated in the middle of one of the first cities founded in Minnesota. We have an abundance of … Continue reading

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EMBARASSMENT AT THE MOVIES

Edit Post Save draftPreviewPublishUpdating failed. Sorry, you are not allowed to edit this post.Add title I usually read other people’s posts before actually staring my own. This is sometimes a way of sparking some thoughts when I’m not sure what … Continue reading

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