the next decade

I turned 20 while working the summer at our church camp on Lake Coeur D’Alene, in Idaho. In the next decade I earned my B.S. from Sewanee and Ph.D. in chemistry from the Univ. of Minnesota, lived abroad for a year, and began teaching organic chemistry at Bucknell University in...

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seeing inside and out

This past Sunday I noticed that the window in the west side of the nave had a brilliant pink hue to it.  I wondered briefly to myself if it always had such a color and I was simply oblivious, and then I remembered that I have this internal conversation every year...

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Lent 2014

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ongoing cat taming

So the small black cat which adapted the front of the rectory, living under the bushes there since April, is slowing becoming more tame. She is not tame mind you, simply more tame. I was able capture her and make sure she was spayed – so no extra kittens around...

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the support of others

I have been working out for the past couple months at a local gym. I don’t like working out, but I force myself to go anyway. The first week of course was the hardest – everything hurt! I was trying to figure out why I dislike going so much when...

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on taming a cat and evangelism

A young black cat, maybe 5 months old or so, has adopted the bush in the corner of my front yard. I have been trying for several weeks now to tame this cat. I have named her Tuxedo because she is black, with striking golden eyes and a small white...

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Easter morning

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