Tag Archives: Lent

The Only Thing That’s Certain in Life is Death and Paying Taxes, and the Return of My Beloved Ospreys.

Finally filed the state and federal income taxes this week, way ahead of time this year for once, almost two weeks before the final deadline. This past Wednesday was a rainy day, which was conducive for staying in and getting … Continue reading

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The Harrowing Case of the Missing Fitness Guru

It’s been raining all day. ‘Twas a good time to work on Rie Waits’ and my duet, which you’ll find at the end of this week’s entry. I did the dreaded food-shopping after finishing the final mixing of our tune, … Continue reading

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Why Stay Away From Clichés and Old Adages?

If the old saying of “in like a lion, out like a lamb” holds true, with reference to March’s arrival, than its inverse of going out like lion will be the case, hopefully not. A springlike tease has been prevalent … Continue reading

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And Now for Something a Little Irreverent

Bless and please forgive me for sharing this during Lent, but: Jesus walked by the village square when he saw a woman was tied up in the middle of a crowd. “What is going on here?” he said. “This woman … Continue reading

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