Monthly Archives: August 2009

My nightstand in August-September

The month has flown by and I got less reading done than expected. Look here to see what I have been doing with my time. On my list for the coming month: Finish John Adams by David McCullough for Book … Continue reading

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The New Me

My New Year’s Resolution, like so many years, was to get in shape and do a better job of taking care of myself. I’ve made some changes over the years but never made a real consistent change in lifestyle. In … Continue reading

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My Jesus, I Love Thee

We sang this hymn Saturday at the First Presbyterial meeting in Burlington ARP. My Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine; For Thee all the follies of sin I resign. My gracious Redeemer, my Savior art Thou; If … Continue reading

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Things seem to be going pretty well with the new cat. He came with the name Oliver, which I liked. But Anthony really liked Blu-Ray so he and BlueTooth would be the Blues Brothers. So, he is now Ray. Once … Continue reading

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Everyday Greatness – review

Everyday Greatness by Stephen R. Covey and David K. Hatch is my latest Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers pick. I have a book on my shelf called 70 Most Unforgettable Characters from Reader’s Digest. I have kept it since I … Continue reading

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We adopted a second cat Sunday. Cat #1 (BlueTooth) has not said he wanted a friend, but we keep thinking it would be nice if he had a another cat to play with. BlueTooth is still wondering what he did to … Continue reading

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Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

I have heard of this book forever (it was published in 1938) but never got around to reading it. I could never really tell what the book was about so when 5 Minutes for Books put it on the Classics … Continue reading

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