Monthly Archives: August 2021

Keep It Simple

     When my wife joined the hospital board, she discovered that there are many terms and acronyms thrown out which, unless you are familiar with the medical field, are rather foreign to you and leave you wondering what in the … Continue reading

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According to Its Nature

     German cars are known for their innovative technologies, high performance, and classy appearance. Some that might come to  mind:   Mercedes, BMW (Bavarian Motor Works), Audi, Porsche, Volkswagen and Opel.        Well, there is another marvel of German engineering, … Continue reading

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Golden Opportunities

With a year’s postponement of the Summer Olympics due to the Covid Pandemic,  and all the political controversy and LGBTQ issues, and the banning of spectators on site, the 2020 Tokyo Summer Games lost a lot of their attraction to … Continue reading

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Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth

We enjoy watching the Seattle Mariners baseball games. We DVR them so we can zip through and watch a game in about half the time compared to watching live.  One of the things that amazes us about their home field, … Continue reading

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You Will Know Them By Their Fruits

In the spring, a few weeks before time to plant our garden, I start our squash, pumpkin and cucumber vines and tomatoes inside.  I started four different varieties of squash and a couple of pumpkins and cucumbers.  This year our … Continue reading

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