Tag: growing up

The Winter Wait

This winter is getting long…and has been much colder than most…this week in particular! I need to get my hands in some dirt soon. There is so much to get done this spring in my little yard in my little corner of Michigan but the tilling and toiling […]

The Father I Know (two)

No one ever knows how they’re going to react to crisis until it hits and this one hit us all very hard. Everyone was supportive; the community and the people from church reached out almost immediately with care and love and concern. Dad new a lot of people, […]

The Father I Know (one)

Winters in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are an acquired taste and one I’ve never really warmed up to. I remember snowbanks piled higher than the eaves of the house and making actual tunnels through them big enough to walk through fully upright. The days are short and the nights […]

Not Off Track

My wife and I spent this weekend visiting my son at Michigan Tech. He has been away at school now for 6 weeks and we had a free weekend so decided to make a quick trip. While I do love rainy days, I would have preferred some sunshine […]

What Faith Is

It was a very chilly 31 degrees here in Michigan when I got up this morning, with the hint of the first snow of the season in the air. This cool weather is rather early for us here in the Lower Peninsula but for my homeland in the […]

Life More Abundant

Life is about balance, keeping an even keel on a constantly changing sea of circumstances and emotions. The up then down, back then forth nature of life can be exciting and unnerving at the same time, and not being able to see over the next wave can be […]

Name That Car!

My son and I have been naming cars for years. When he was younger we would simply try to guess the make and model and sometime year of whatever car was in front of us. My dad and I used to do this when I was little and […]

Going With The Flow

Each spring, with the thaw of the winter snows, the river would swell and overflow its banks becoming a rushing torrent. It would wind in and out of its ordinary boundaries eventually ignoring the rules all together, carving out new paths and leaving flotsam and jetsam strewn along the new banks and dammed up against age old trees. It was a wild and rushing raging river that was amazing to watch yet ominous and dangerous. As spring moved on it would slowly subside and resume its lazy path in and out, up and around the banks it was bound to…

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