Monthly Archives: April 2011

mimi’s cafe

Last night I got a text from my friend Woodyman, “At Mimi’s and thought of you! French onion soup, baby! Yeah!” I miss Mimi’s Cafe. It just doesn’t quite make it for Computerguy, though we have gone, mostly when we’re … Continue reading

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thomas, doubter or beloved (or both)

Evidently the Second Sunday of Easter is devoted to Thomas, regardless of the year. Doubting Thomas to whom Jesus says, “‘Have you believed because you have seen me? Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have come to … Continue reading

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church website

For the past few months, we (and when I say we, I mostly mean our Associate Pastor) have been working on a new church website. Computerguy suggested using WordPress so that multiple people could be responsible (we’ve had a problem … Continue reading

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posing

Bubble and her dad were playing with photos. She was posing next to roses she and Grandma had picked and put in a vase. They’re fun, but there is one I just LOVE, the one where her fingers are at … Continue reading

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what makes it easter?

On the RevGal’s Easter 11th hour preacher party, Martha says, “Whether the tune that makes it Easter is ‘Llanfair’ (Yes, I’m looking at you Presbyterians) or ‘Easter Hymn,’ you’re welcome here.” That may be my one, abiding–not regret–wistfulness maybe. “Christ … Continue reading

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the women

Like several others I have read, I find myself thinking about the women in the story on this Good Friday. [not entirely pertinent observation from my life: I linked Kristin Berkey-Abbott’s Jane Eyre post on that ubiquitous social network today and named … Continue reading

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this morning’s conversation

This morning’s conversation left me a little discomfited and I’m not sure why. In the following, Grandma and Grandpa are my parents. Computerguy: When’s your thing at church tonight? Bookgirl: 7:00, but it’s not “my thing” it’s a service. Anyone … Continue reading

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