Monthly Archives: October 2015

Thornton Wilder’s Our Town Bugs Me

Cora Koop and I attended the production of Our Town at Northern Stage in White River Junction, Vermont this week. Excellent production; top tier directing and acting. If at all possible, see it before its final performance, October 31, 2015. … Continue reading

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All Shall be Well

Those of you who knew pastor Norm Koop know why we grieve so deeply. He was a vigorous, dynamic man, an excellent teacher and a humble leader. You don’t often find those together; add to them a goofy sense of … Continue reading

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#TBT Oak-ay, Life is a Beech

You know how foliage glows luminously when the rising or setting sun shines behind it? I was struck with wonder at the Williams River valley as I came over the interstate bridge this late afternoon.  The flamboyant red maples are … Continue reading

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The Spice of Life

This morning I made my last batch of gluten free zucchini bread. And as I gathered my powders, both white and brown, bitter and aromatic, I found this at the back of my shelf: Do you know what this is? … Continue reading

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Breaking My Math Fast

A couple of days without math and I am feeling itchy and unfulfilled. I am working through the last half of Saxon’s Algebra II in order to start Advanced Math after Thanksgiving. The boys and I work silently at the … Continue reading

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