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The Dame

The burning of the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral made for a very sad day. When I saw the spire topple, my breath stopped. My sadness was the same I feel when anything beautiful is broken, defaced, or left to ruin. … Continue reading

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Haze

A month of summer has already meandered down the river of time, gone forever from our grasp. The sounds of summer are everywhere; voices of children playing in the street, music coming through open windows, mosquitoes buzzing in my ear … Continue reading

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Fire, Part Two

I have had trouble writing. I remember this feeling when the twin towers in New York went down on 9-11, and again when we invaded Iraq. I sat mesmerized, watching CNN, hardly able to leave the TV. In the last … Continue reading

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Fire!

For those of you who haven’t seen my Facebook posts, I live in the Black Forest northeast of Colorado Springs. The forest is on fire at the moment and I have experienced a hairy couple of days. I have also … Continue reading

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Around the World and Here at Home

I believe the hummingbirds have headed south. Though it is part of the normal cycle, I an sad to see them go. On a bright note though, my son called from half way around the world and he is okay, … Continue reading

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Firestorms and Prayer

Fires rage across Colorado. Emotions grip people in ways they have never experienced before. What can we do? I read a rather silly column by Barry Fagin in the Gazette this morning. He was touting reason over prayer in solving … Continue reading

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