Monthly Archives: August 2010

“Harsh News” – how do we keep listening and grow from it?

I offer these locations for response in the hope that I will hear back from others as to if you recognize anything of your experience in this. (If not, let me know what you do find in your experience.) Continue reading

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Blackberry Attack

These blackberries are actual berry bushes, not small hand-held computing devices. When we go up to Whidbey to do one of the various tasks in preparation for the building of a house, I attack blackberries and other unwanted plants. I … Continue reading

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Something to bring home from vacation — “Heartache” by F. Paolo Frontini

In an earlier post about our summer vacation I did not mention the musical evenings at the Old Wheeler Hotel, in Wheeler, OR. After dinner at the only restaurant in town that was open, we returned to the hotel to … Continue reading

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