Monthly Archives: December 2014

For What It’s Worth

Merry Christmas! If this headline offends you, please feel free to stop reading now and move on to something else. I won’t be offended. As is my habit most days, I turned on my computer this morning and ventured onto … Continue reading

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Christmas greetings I hope that you have enjoyed the season and that Christmas Day will be an occasion of joy for you even if your circumstances are not what you would wish or hope them to be. At my age, … Continue reading

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Football musings Potty mouth—It’s not in the dictionary yet, but the new definition of the term potty mouth seems to be Bo Pelini. For some time, Pelini has frequently been in the news with his foul-mouth remarks. His latest reported … Continue reading

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Ask my doctor. Really? My apologies for getting your attention and then turning away, but an apparently urgent drug commercial has flashed onto the screen on my TV and I feel compelled to watch. Wow! Some guy wearing a white … Continue reading

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Awesome young people What a night it was, and what a morning! Thursday night was the annual Christmas recital for students of adults at our church who give music lessons. Most, though not all, of the students were from families … Continue reading

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Playoff mumblings Choosing from among non-choices The college football playoff teams have been chosen, and the selection committee made the choice of whom to root for easy. Oregon. The other three—Ohio State, Florida State and Alabama—are long-time members of my … Continue reading

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Matter of perspective An oft-overused saying today is, “It is what it is.” What “it is” is frequently not clear, but whatever it is we can be assured that most often “it” is a matter of perspective. We each see … Continue reading

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