Monthly Archives: February, 2014

Snirt

The unusually high piles of snow and dirt around my city and in my yard set me to thinking. Our winter here in central Indiana has been snowed under—really. The perimeters of parking lots have hills of snow and many of them are looking very dingy. The snow begins to melt down, and then it …

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Scott Hamilton‘s Faith

Originally posted on Beyond the Pale:
I don’t like dance—I know, I know, I’m a cultural Philistine, but I’m unrepentant about it. The day my eldest chose to quit ballet in favor of horse riding I rejoiced knowing that I had escaped years of agonizing recitals. But I have two girls and my amnesty is…

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Impact Player (Book Review)

Originally posted on The Shepherd's Presence:
Impact Player: Leaving a lasting legacy on and off the Field, is an autobiography by Bobby Richardson.  Tyndale Publishers, 2012.  283 pages and a photo section. The first book, The Bobby Richardson Story, 1965, Revell, was also a first-hand account of this New York Yankee second baseman.  It…

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The Coloring Book

The posting today is by a guest who submitted this to me. It was both a blessing and also a challenge. Welcome, Alyson, as a guest contributor. “Out with the old and in with the new.” I have heard that saying many times during my life, but it’s up to me to agree to believe. …

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