Monthly Archives: June 2011

Smells like Canada

Let me begin by apologizing to my friends who work for the competition. I’m sorry that I’m here and not there. “Here” represents a small chain of donut shop called Tim Horton’s.  Tim’s is known for its sensible pastries, bathrooms … Continue reading

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Hear Ye

Good news from Davidson House: Emily Davidson has started a blog. So far, she’s got some stuff up about the kids, specifically, about what it’s like to be the mother of a kid with special needs. I can’t give that … Continue reading

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V Neck

I’m wearing a V Neck t shirt today, which is something I thought I would never do, given the unspoken perceptions that are usually associated with this particular style. I’m not skinny and I don’t drink latte’s, yet, here I … Continue reading

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Lexi’s Concert

Emily and I were audience to our daughter Lexi’s first school concert tonight at Lyle Torrant Center in Jackson, MI. She played drums while the music teacher jammed out on guitar. Song lyrics included: When I play, play, play Play … Continue reading

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Pentecost

We may chalk Pentecost up to an event that happened and leave it in its historical past tense. And who could blame us? We celebrate Christmas every year, but Jesus isn’t born again in a manger. We say that Jesus … Continue reading

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Passpoured

I can now cross the border into our glorious neighbor to the north, also known as America’s cleaner brother, where you too can hide from the Postmaster General. I refer, with gladness, to Canada. “Oh, Canada!” you might exclaim. “My … Continue reading

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What If…

What if I hooked up a bunch of old phones to our now useless Michigan Bell jacks that dot the landscape of the interior of our home? Our walls are chock full of RJ-11’s, and if you know what I … Continue reading

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