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I had just finished the Saturday morning service at the assisted living center and began to pack up my gear. Looking up I noticed a man looking at me and holding up his hand with his fingers spread wide. I acknowledged him with a short wave and a nod of the head. Was he waving? Was he trying to get my attention? As I continued to pack up to leave, I felt that I was being led to speak with the man before I left the premises.Add a comment
The Passing of A Friend - Joyce Lundberg Memorial
On Wednesday night, August 20, 2008, Joyce Lundberg passed on. Joyce was a dear fried of mine who possessed an attitude of enthusiasm and optimism. If being envious is ever a good thing, her ever-positive outlook was a trait worthy of my envy. Joyce was always quick to put a positive spin to any circumstance whether it is a compliment, a word of encouragement or an assessment of her own plight. This strength of hers will be missed in my life.Add a comment
I was 10, a 4th grader at St. Francis De Sales grade school in St. Paul, MN, in the spring of 1969. The school was only 3-1/2 blocks from home and on this particular day I had gone home for lunch. On my way out the door, my mom said something to me.Add a comment