Monthly Archives: March 2007

Butterflies – A Better Idea

If I were present at the creation, I would suggest to God—with all due respect—that He use the butterfly as a pattern for humans, not Himself. With butterflies, the best is at the end. For most of our lives, we … Continue reading

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Confession Time

Ladies of our class, I have a terrible confession to make.  A recent exchange of e-mail on a gloomy, drizzly day with Marilyn Fox Smith cerning the loss of her husband reminded me of my own mortality and the need … Continue reading

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College Days

Recently I have been working on my computer archives of scanned old family photographs, improving the way I recorded the who and where of each. One group of photos was when we took my sister to Allegheny College to start … Continue reading

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