During my elementary grade school years I remember loathing history class. I had zero interest in history. Why did we need to know or worry about what already happened?
Recently, while Evelyn and I were Walmart shopping, we got news that my uncle, Chuck Wilson, had passed away from an apparent heart attack. My Aunt Linda called to
Reading my daily devotional guide, “The Upper Room Disciplines,” for last Tuesday, October 20, I found myself considering the special blessing that is contained in touch. The devotional writer, Marilyn
I still attend the little church I found here in Delaware after my retirement eight years ago. Dave does not. Dave and I met shortly after I started worshiping in
What does it mean that President Trump has now contracted COVID-19? It’s no secret that he tried to downplay the severity of the pandemic from the beginning. He is on
[I had written this on 9/27/20, but I inadvertently hit a button or clicked my mouse; in any event, my composition was relegated (according to the message that popped
There is so much in the world to worry or complain about, isn’t there? Civil unrest, increasing prices, climate change, COVID-19, and don’t get me started on the infuriating nonsense
St. Francis of Assisi was hoeing his garden when someone asked what he would do if he were suddenly to learn that he would die before sunset that very day.
Evelyn and I had carved out a few days for camping in Killens Pond State Park, a Delaware park not far from our home, from Aug. 30 – Sept. 3.
Thursday night, Sept. 3, 2020, 11:50 PM. Don’t judge me on my wussiness. Just hear me out. Delaware has just come thru a beautifully violent thunderstorm — impressive lightning, ear-splitting