Monthly Archives: August 2014

#154–A quirky week . . .

  Into every life some quirkiness must fall. Leaning tower of water My first clue that it was going to be a strange week was when I pulled a water bottle out of the pack Monday. It sat at an … Continue reading

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#153––Full circle . . .

  Today I was the speaker for the Florence Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. I arrived early and met Walt their computer whiz. Although I brought my laptop and projector, all I actually needed was my flash drive with the program saved … Continue reading

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#152–A long day’s journey . . .

I didn’t want to get up at 4:30 a.m. when the alarm jangled me awake. But I didn’t have much choice. I had much to do before heading up the coast. I had hoped to leave by 7 a..m. , … Continue reading

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#151–Plan B in Junction City . . .

  Since last Thursday, folks have been heading to Junction City to attend the Scandinavian Festival to enjoy the fabulous food and dances that have become such a tradition in the festival’s 54–year history. I, however, went to Junction City on … Continue reading

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#150–Change of plans . . .

  Even the best laid plans have to be changed sometimes. Last week I mentioned Sir Groucho’s dead of night scooting across the floor dragging his bottom. Well, his problem continued through the weekend with lots of floor and bottom … Continue reading

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