Tag Archives: marriage

I May Be Odd but One Day I’ll Get Even

I must admit that I am not a great one in answering questions. It may be I do not hear the question correctly, or someone will ask me a question and I give an answer to another question. I am … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened to an Old-Fashioned Handshake?

I must confess I do have some old-fashioned biases. I would be the first to admit I’m not up to date on the latest fad or trend. I come from that era that believed the well-dressed man is one that … Continue reading

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The Longest Day of My Life

I have known for a very long time that every day has 24 hours, every hour has 60 minutes and every minute has 60 seconds. I want to thank my first grade teacher for drilling this information into a rather … Continue reading

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Two Words That Changed My Life

This week is a hallmark in the lives of the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and me. Forty-three years ago this week, we began a journey that has just become better with each year. That is the benefit of marrying … Continue reading

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And I thought I was confused!

I have concluded that life, as it stands out in the public arena, is a very confusing thing. As I watched the news and see scandal after scandal unfold and people trying to dance around the facts so that they … Continue reading

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Get me to the airport on time

I was off to the airport on another trip. I started out early, arrived at the airport on time but when I arrived the plane had canceled and I had to apply for another plane. The next plane headed for … Continue reading

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Found Alone?

This year has taken unexpected turns. Big turns, mind you, have cropped up and it has taken all of my strength to throw my body against the wheel and squeal along the grassy edges to avoid destruction. But that being … Continue reading

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Marriage By Any Other Name

The sweetest of unions Cannot achieve What only two people Can truly believe Their union transcends Each of their roles Where once were two halves Now lives one Whole Each of us brings different perspectives to the discussion of marriage … Continue reading

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