Monthly Archives: April 2011

“I have loved you …”

These words came to me some years ago, and gave me enough comfort that I wanted to be able to find them again; so I wrote down where they could be found, on the Post-It that clings to the inside … Continue reading

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Of dogwoods, almonds and palms

The dogwoods are passing their peak … maybe. The blossoms are rusting like cut apples, browning slightly. Today’s stiff spring wind is blowing flakes of white flight. But I am loving this season of the dogwood, too, because the fading … Continue reading

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Take your Koran to church day

Terry Jones was apparently not satisfied with the firestorm of controversy he ignited last fall, when he threatened to hold an “International Burn a Quran Day” on the anniversary of 9/11. On April 1, 2011, with reportedly 30 congregants in … Continue reading

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