Monthly Archives: June 2012

Disconnected

You: Do you ever get a compliment about the Friday Good News? Me: I got a fine e-mail compliment about last Friday’s blog. It said “Boy, these just get better and better.” You: Your singing buddy, Steve Garnaas-Holmes, wrote last … Continue reading

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The Longest Day

Steve Garnaas-Holmes is the United Methodist pastor in our Montana Logging and Ballet Company who writes all of our songs. He also writes a daily blog called “Unfolding Light.” Yesterday’s meditation on the summer solstice is brilliant. I hope you … Continue reading

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In a Far Country

Only one year have we had a successful brood of little birds in our fancy wooden bird house. A pair of black-capped chickadees raised a clutch of little ones. It was wonderful. The next year, we are pretty sure one … Continue reading

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Hail, Hail, the Gang’s all Here

When we traveled by van in the Montana Logging and Ballet Company, we speculated about whether we would simply take a trip or we might have an “adventure.” That euphemism covered everything on the scale from extremely-annoying through anxiety-producing up … Continue reading

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Solved Mysteries

I love NCIS. It’s a TV show with wonderful characters who solve murder mysteries involving people in the Navy. If you are thinking of enlisting, bear in mind that apparently one or more Navy personnel get bumped off, usually in … Continue reading

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