Monthly Archives: May 2007
The Squire, the dark red Austin English rose, oversees a bevy of other Austin roses on the north side of the back yard. Tuscan Sun is a floribunda I put in last year. It is standing over Golden Celebration (a … Continue reading
We had a great day yesterday. We did go up to Paducah to that festival. The funnest thing was poking around in the art galleries. They did have artists’ booths on the street, but it was really more fun to … Continue reading
Scott’s step-dad and mom are visiting here. Taking out-of-town guests around to see the sights here is a tricky business, it requires imagination. If you have out of town visitors in San Diego, for example, you take them to the … Continue reading
John Gregg, Bishop of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, from his Charge to the Clergy, 1867: Full is the theory of our public worship: a sacred day, the Sabbath bell, the house of prayer, the gathering people, the mingled multitude of … Continue reading
You’d think we had imported some perfect Southern California weather specially for this weekend–the first weekend of summer vacation. It feels wonderful: friendly and familiar, full of optimism and possibilities. Friday after school, Dan put away his backpack and threw … Continue reading
My beloved husband turns 49 for the first time on Monday!