Devotional
1268
blog,paged,paged-2,bridge-core-1.0.4,woocommerce-no-js,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,vertical_menu_enabled,qode-title-hidden,qode_grid_1300,columns-3,qode-theme-ver-18.1,qode-theme-bridge,disabled_footer_bottom,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-6.0.3,vc_responsive

The Easter Bunny left me a box of chocolate covered cherries.  How is it that she knew exactly how much I enjoy them?  Isn't it grand to sink your teeth into one and have all that juice run out into your mouth?   One has to...

This afternoon I was transported to a foreign country.  We were at a mall near Boston and I inadvertently wandered into a store with a name I had never seen before.  Walking down a dark hallway I entered an even darker world filled with tables...

We had two of the most precious little red squirrels in our backyard.  They were beautiful little animals.  Unfortunately in addition to being lovely they were too smart.  They figured out how to eat out of our "squirrel proof" bird feeder.  It was amazing to...

Just before highway I-84 crosses from Connecticut into Massachusetts there is a wonderful restaurant that gives away free books.  While one waits for one's food one can browse the shelves and select up to three free books. Rarely do I find three worth carrying home...

They make $200,000 for seven months work.  In return they are required to make snap judgments that often reap abuse and ridicule. They do get absolutely terrific views of baseball games but sometimes get foul balls directly in the face. Umpires are always at the...

Our grandson loves to turn on the seat heaters when he rides in the back seat of our car.  Since we don't ride in the back we are not aware that they are on--usually on high. This weekend we took some friends for a ride...

One of American history's interesting moments was when an American president from Texas spearheaded the Civil Rights Act of 1964.   Lyndon Johnson, our 36th president, once said, "Doing what's right isn't the problem.  It is knowing what's right."   I'm fascinated by this because most of...

Long before Einstein's theory of relativity people were very aware that time is relative.  When we are very small time moves ever so slowly.  A week was a month and a month a year.  In our autumn and winter years it reverses.  A year is...

Upon hearing the news today that Scotland has, for humanitarian purposes, released a man from prison who was convicted for the 1988 Lockerbie plane bombing, I was interested in the objections of many people.  I'm sure I do not understand the feelings of relatives who...

Late this afternoon I found myself standing beside our local academy (high school) principal.  I could not help but notice his extremely short haircut. His head was about 3/16th of an inch away from being shaved.  My mind rushed back fifty years to my student...