Monthly Archives: January 2015

Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Choir

I have learned just about everything I need to know in life by singing in the St. Paul’s United Methodist Church choir. Some who travel say it is the best church choir in Montana. Dave and Fay Buness are our … Continue reading

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WillEllen’s Legacy

No biographer would try to assess a person’s legacy if all that were known about the person was the first name and a handful of biographical facts. Fortunately, I’m no biographer. WillEllen was born in Iuka, (eye-you-ka) Mississippi, probably in … Continue reading

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Feets of Endurance

Leonardo Da Vinci observed, “The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art.” I know almost nothing about engineering or art, and almost as little about feet, so I’ll take his word for it. Anyone who … Continue reading

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Pack Your Bags

While others are wasting time breaking their New Year’s Resolutions, Pat and I, retired persons that we are, are planning our multiple vacations this year, in accordance with our resolution. I know, vacations have gotten a bad rap. So expensive. … Continue reading

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