Tag: II Corinthians 5:17

Beauty of Restoration

Here in the UK there is a television program called, The Repair Shop. I find it fascinating. People bring in objects that have meant something to them over the years. Perhaps it was a childhood toy, now broken and in tatters. Perhaps it was… Continue Reading “Beauty of Restoration”

Old Things and New – 2021

My mother and I love pepper sauce. She recently made some and put it in an old coffee jar. In an unused bottle I poured some apple cider vinegar. On a window sill stands what used to be an old bucket. Now it’s a… Continue Reading “Old Things and New – 2021”

A Row Of Houses

My mother and I have enjoyed having a friend visit this week.  We’ve been her tour guides and have loved every moment.  Earlier this week our friend and I spent the day in London.  We traveled by train.  As we whizzed through the countryside,… Continue Reading “A Row Of Houses”

Dirty Clothes After A Shower?

I love to travel, which is a good thing, because I’ve been traveling all my life. My father’s air force career kept me traveling with my family all through my childhood. In my own adult life, I’ve been traveling to countries across the oceans… Continue Reading “Dirty Clothes After A Shower?”

Better Than New

My mother and I took our visiting friends from England to New Orleans this week.  As I strolled about the French Quarter, I noticed a statue being renovated.  The passing of years and of weather had made the statue dull and splotchy in places.… Continue Reading “Better Than New”

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