Back in September of ’15, I was getting acquainted, as a resident, with Northport, Michigan. Matt Fitzgerald, whose mother introduced me to this fine village any number of years ago, posted a “Daily Devotional” on the UCC (United Church of Christ) webpage. Among his faithful words that September day were these “. . . IContinue reading “may we be worthy”
Virginia McLaurin, at 106, danced with Barak and Michelle Obama at the White House. This video has been seen by most of you on facebook, I’m sure. It is so definitely, though, about aging with vibrancy, beauty, tears, and grace that we are posting it here as well. It is worth watching again: Virginia McLaurin.Continue reading “I’m here to celebrate Black History”
It is here already. On Wednesday night February 10, 2016, at 7:00, you are invited, Continue reading “Lent – 2016”
Back in early August, I had the privilege of walking the Table Rock Wilderness Trail near Mollala, Oregon, with my grandson, Moses. On the trail I was captured by the play of light and shadow along the trail. Among the images I photographed that day was this one of a monarch butterfly on the path amongContinue reading “Light and Shadows”
What a transforming time has been the season of Lent and Easter for St. Andrew. Donna Papenhausen’s art (& her words) have enabled us to see familiar texts differently. Jim Cox’s gift of music has empowered us hear the notes of those familiar texts with fresh ears. During my lenten trip to Portland, Oregon forContinue reading “transformation”
2012 was an unusual and awesome year in our lives. Thank you for being part of it through wellsofwellness.org. Our new year’s blessing for you continues the theme of this webpage: May 2013 be for you, a year of vibrancy, beauty, tears, and grace. VIBRANCY In today’s paper, Frank Bruni’s editorial, “This New Year, seekContinue reading “an adventure in the everglades”
May the work born of Christmas come alive in you.
http://snd.sc/PretmD Want some fun? Open an additional window in your web browser, copy the link above and paste it into the second browser. The link will take you to a recording by Liam Lawton. It is called Glendalough Theme. Play the music and read on.
Today our travels took us back to the Dingle Peninsula so Bruce and Roberta could experience Dingle and beyond. Among the treasures we encountered was the Dingle Music Shop. Conversation led to conversation which led to conversation. Eventually Caitriona asked Michael if he would play a bit for us on his button box. This isContinue reading “Love’s doorway to life”