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Best $28 I ever spent

September 21, 2018

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Lloyd stayed home yesterday and missed his meeting, but I think he’s on the mend. Here’s hopin’. We have had some playground renovations at school. We lost a couple of our specific play areas but have added a couple of new ones. A guy gave me some platform/pallets a while back, and I bought some […]

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Meetings and a sick boy

September 20, 2018

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Lloyd got sick over the weekend and he’s not over it yet. I haven’t seen him very much these past days, because when I get home he’s asleep. I had a meeting last night and when I got home, he had been out for hours. He has a meeting this afternoon- I hope he doesn’t […]

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Ralph disapproves of me.

September 18, 2018

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I was typing on my computer when a big fat cat scrabbled up the cabinets and scared the bejeebies out of me. Ralph walked all over up there but I had the last laugh – he had to step in the greasy dust that lives up there. I laughed as he shook his sticky paddy […]

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September 17, 2018

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As promised, here are some photos.  One of our retired art professors found some art panels that used to be in the old narthex in the late 70s / early 80s (made by Marxhausen).  My contribution to the celebration was to bring them over and set them up.   Here is the most interesting one, […]

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Photos later

September 17, 2018

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Sunday was a whirlwind of activity. Lloyd and his parents headed up to Fremont for the Sommerer-Bassman reunion, while I stayed home for other things. I went to church, then helped set up some art for a celebration at church. (Our sanctuary is 50 years old.) After that I went to my friend’s birthday party […]

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A very moving Saturday

September 16, 2018

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Sam and Rachel have had a Concordia student that they ‘adopted’ years ago. On Saturday she moved into her first apartment up in Norfolk, a couple of hours north of here. I went along to help with the move. Her apartment is on the third floor of a pretty nice unit, but you know – […]

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