Monthly Archives: January 2021

Friday Wisdom – Trees

What kind of tree will fit into your hand? A palm tree. You can identify a dogwood tree by its bark. Did you hear about the pine tree that got in trouble with its parents? It was being knotty. I … Continue reading

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Wednesday Snow Day

It’s snow week here in the high desert.  The construction crew almost got everything done on the hill, but has just a couple of small tasks that will have to wait for drier weather.  I’m mostly staying indoors and catching … Continue reading

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Tying Shoes

Today during the on-line church service, the children’s ministry teacher started the children’s moment talking about skills we learned to do, but don’t really think about how we do it anymore.  The idiom, “like riding a bike,” was mentioned.  Then … Continue reading

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Friday Wisdom – Cooking

I went to the grocery store to buy food, but all I found were ingredients. Did I tell you about the cruel cook? He beat the eggs and whipped the cream. Just the other day my wife said she was … Continue reading

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