I saw this in the paper today and just had to share 😉
The Book Quiz
Doing the tag surfer thing a bit ago, I ran across a blog talking about The Book Quiz. So I took it, with the following result: You're Night! by Elie Wiesel You've had some truly horrific experiences, especially recently, and you can barely stand to discuss them. While many people are afraid of getting close … Continue reading The Book Quiz
Winter – in 2002
Five years ago, on January 3, 2002, we awoke to a beautiful blanket of snow. Such an occasion is relatively rare for these parts. And with temperatures in the 70s the last few days, I don't expect that we will be seeing any snow here this winter. I know that there is a lot of … Continue reading Winter – in 2002
Changes are coming
I've been dogged by some of the other bloggers who shall remain nameless (Jim 🙂 ) about the fact that my blog didn't have its own domain. Well, it's been two months in the making but if you take a look at the address bar in your browser, you'll see that this blog has a … Continue reading Changes are coming
Happy New Year!
New WP feature: Snap
One thing I really like about using WordPress.com as a blogging platform is that the folks here are constantly rolling out new features. The latest one, Snap Preview Anywhere, is being beta-tested and this blog was fortunate to be one of the testers 🙂 Basically, if you hover on a link in a post, a … Continue reading New WP feature: Snap
The Real Meaning of Christmas
OK, so I'm pretty sappy today. Here is another Christmas article I ran across that is worth sharing. The Real Meaning of Christmas A gift of kindness When I was visiting my sister in North Carolina this Thanksgiving, we began to discuss the commercialization of the Christmas holiday. This is a subject perennially dissected by … Continue reading The Real Meaning of Christmas
I received this via email a short while ago and wanted to share it. It's just a small white envelope stuck among the branches of our Christmas tree. No name, no identification, no inscription. It has peeked through the branches of our tree for the past 10 years or so. It all began because my … Continue reading The envelope
One of the things I enjoy doing during the season is to visit the Garden of Lights at the Norfolk Botanical Gardens, just outside my back door. I usually take a trip or two through the display, with my top down on my car and my radio tuned to a station playing Christmas music. Each … Continue reading Happy holidays!
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