Tag Archives: Dietrich Bonhoeffer

pieces of gum

As a child there was nothing more exciting than having my grandma share a piece of her gum. She preferred the Wrigley gums, Big Red and Doublemint more than any others. She never gave a full piece to me, just a half of … Continue reading

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your attention, please

We have two dogs on our farm, a Brittany named Rover and a black Lab named Rufus. Rover is wonderful, patient, gentle, and very sweet. Rufus is wonderful also, but where Rover is gentle, Rufus is more of a bulldozer … Continue reading

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elbows

Sitting in church I have felt the occasional elbow when the pastor says something I am “supposed” to hear.  Maybe you have been the receiver, maybe you have been the giver, but the intent is still the same, “Pay attention, … Continue reading

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