Monthly Archives: November 2010

Signs That Make a Difference

Things are much different in Hawaii than in Illinois. We saw a few signs of this difference and thought we’d share them with you. (By we, I mean my daughter Kate who took the pictures and me.) You would never … Continue reading

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The Heart of the Matter

For book club this month we are reading The Robe by Lloyd C. Douglas (published 1942). This author writes beautifully with humor and with insight. “People were very much alike, wherever you found them. The Jews hated their government. So … Continue reading

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From Flip Flops to Wool Socks

I just returned from two lovely weeks in Kauai. While there my feet enjoyed the freedom of flip flops. But, with the flight home and landing in Illinois in November, they are now imprisoned in socks and tennis shoes. There … Continue reading

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