Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Heavy Dews of Autumn

I love the scenes of harvest, the long lines of color striping the fields and the way the dust rises in a sunset. Continue reading

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Remodeling Our Lives

Remodeling often involves tearing out the old, the ugly, the rotten. But the beauty that will be revealed makes all the work worthwhile. Continue reading

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Through All These Days

We found we could not stay
in that Eden

but believed that Free Will
was worth the tilling of thorns and thistles.
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More Than an Upgrade

Can finding a big split in an old cast iron pipe help a man live a better life? Depends on the man… and the life. Continue reading

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Praying for Strength and Stamina

Eighteen hours of remodeling in one day can leave an old man tired and sore… and happy. Continue reading

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Summer Fatigue

Although I’m not really a cold-weather fan, I think I’ve had enough of hot weather for a while… I’m ready for autumn. Continue reading

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