Category Archives: memorials


I usually mange to forget all about funerals, or memorial services, which are far more common here.  But this one I needed to attend.  And another friend was in charge and gave me extra reminders.  So I went to the … Continue reading

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Vernon left us much too young.  I met a lot of people in my junior college choir.  Many of them were dedicated christians.  It was kind of a shock to me when I got to the university and found singers … Continue reading

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This past weekend we celebrated the life of a lovely woman of God.  Her name was Carolynn and she was really something special.  She wasn’t very tall, but I think her faith was huge.  I knew her for 15 or … Continue reading

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Effects of 9/11

I wasn’t planning to post on this topic at all.  Honestly, when everyone started talking about the 10th anniversary, my first thought was, “give it a rest.”   But I can’t escape it, since references are everywhere.  Some rile me … Continue reading

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