Monthly Archives: January 2017

Night Falls in the Flint Hills

Even in the dead of winter there is both beauty and the promise of growth beneath the surface… Continue reading

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Footprints on the Sea

“When fighting dragons, we must be careful that we do not begin to grow scales…” Continue reading

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A Dime’s Worth of Sunshine

Even on a long dreary day, there may be at least a moment worth seizing, an instant of what is good and beautiful. Continue reading

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Obituaries

Andy Schuler’s funeral reminded me that the most important parts of our life stories may not be included in our published obituaries. Continue reading

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A More Sophisticated Model

Some folks got hammered by “Icegaddon” and others are grateful it missed them. Either way, I think there’s an element missing from their prediction models. Continue reading

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The God of All Times

God is worthy of my praise, regardless of my circumstances. Continue reading

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Cold Feet

Milking in an unheated milk shed when it’s thirty degrees below freezing isn’t a lot of fun… but there are lessons to be learned. Continue reading

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