Archive | March, 2008

Family, a Wedding, and Bananas

I had intended to get to my son’s place mid-afternoon and almost made it. That was in spite of the fact that church lasted longer than usual. I’d thought about leaving before the last song (#214 in the Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal, “We Have This Hope”). The person at the piano isn’t used to playing often […]

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Happy Birthday to merm! He’s 31!

I’m not telling secrets. He’s proud of the fact that he’s lived 31 years. And merm LIVES. Whatever he does, he goes at it 110%. He’s no wuss. He could put me to shame in a heartbeat. And now he’s put in 31 years of heartbeats. Happy birthday! My DD made him a chocolate cheesecake […]

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RIP IGA

I posted this prematurely last Monday night then took it down until it would be more appropriate. The store was open on Tuesday and Wednesday so they could sell all the stock they could. I went by on Thursday to try to get some canned beans and corn for the community kitchen but there was […]

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Happy Sabbath again!

I woke before 4 this morning and haven’t been back to sleep yet. This won’t be long and/or terribly detailed. I’m on my way to bed soon. My peach trees (volunteer) are blooming out in spite of the fact that I keep wishing they wouldn’t. There was frost on the car both yesterday and today […]

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The Raw Vegan: My History, Part I

I’ve been asked many times why I decided to become a raw vegan. It certainly wasn’t something I did lightly or on a whim. The fact that it took 61 years of living on Planet Earth to even begin transitioning should tell you something. I’ve written about my life in bits and pieces throughout my […]

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