Monthly Archives: December 2016

Fourth Sunday of Advent Poem – Word Beats

Here is my poem for the fourth Sunday in Advent. In response to the Gospel of John: Word Beats Eternal darkness where the word drifts across the drum beat of life, Da Dum … Hear the staccato light punctuate the … Continue reading

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Friday Wisdom – Rayon

We do not raise silk worms in the United States, because we get our silk from rayon. He is a larger worm and gives more silk. More wisdom next week, Andrew

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Wednesday Baking – Snickerdoodles!

Haven’t been in the shop this week, but I made it into the kitchen to make a batch of snickerdoodles (my speciality).  Yup, I am a true renaissance man – woodworking, poetry and cookies.  I’ve even been known to vacuum … Continue reading

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Third Sunday of Advent Poem – Elizabeth

Here is my poem for the third Sunday of Advent. In response to the Gospel of Luke: Elizabeth Elizabeth, tell me, was it the same angel? Was it the one with the thunderous reassurance? Mary, were you perplexed, frightened? Was … Continue reading

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