Monthly Archives: July 2005

Day of Celebration

I left the house at 9:20 am to go to church.  Actually, I should say to make preparations in the church kitchen because I am the Fellowship Class hostess and I use the worship service time to get the coffee … Continue reading

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Stuff Portrait Friday

Friday has come quickly upon me this week.  I guess time flies when studying.  This means that Stuff Portrait Day is here!  and I wanna play.  Go over to Kristine’s place at Random and Odd to see what she has.  … Continue reading

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Hustle in my Bustle

Weary and bleary-eyed is me.  The prof promised that 8 pages of a final Algebra exam would take about two hours, BUT if we needed more time to just keep working.  That’s what 5 of us had to do.  Two … Continue reading

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The Last Day

This is the last evening of studies!  Communications written final was Tuesday, Algebra last class was today and its Final is Thursday Noon.  All inclusive, anything we have studied the whole summer semester probably might be on the exam. Husband … Continue reading

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Outdoor Concert

Every summer for the last 8 years, the ISU music department sponsors Concerts on the Quad.  This is just a couple blocks from my house, so carrying a lawn chair and my crochet bag, I walk over and have a … Continue reading

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Ironing Flutterbys

I did laundry this weekend.  Considering that the towels from the church luncheon last Sunday were still waiting in the dryer, and we have had a heat wave, the laundry really piled up in a week.  I put all our … Continue reading

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I was putting a book on the pile to return to the library when it fell open to this page. “It need not discourage us if we are full of doubts.  Healthy questions keep faith dynamic.  In fact, unless we … Continue reading

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That Dang Dishwasher, Again!

The phone rang at 7:10am to tell me that the dishwasher repairman will not be coming today as promised!  EErrggh! The machine has been not working for much of a month.  The control panel has been replaced Twice, another part … Continue reading

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Lunch, Algebra, Speech

Oh, my goodness!  My last post was Sunday!  I’m sorry I was away so long, but that’s why I left you such pretty flowers and poem, because I knew I was going to be so busy! Sunday Noon, was a … Continue reading

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FULFILLMENT     —by Walter Lewis Smith I have worked in the fertile earth and planted a garden, so I know what faith is. I have listened to the birds caroling in the early morning and at dusk, so I … Continue reading

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