Monthly Archives: February 2014

She Left Me!

On Wednesday noon, February 19,  winter weather permitted us to have our weekly meeting of the Men’s Fellowship.  When the men asked about My Joy I shocked them by saying “She left me.”  I wiped the aghast look off their faces by explaining that she had gone to Punta … Continue reading

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History over Cherry Pie and Ice Cream

On Sunday afternoon, February 16,  My Joy and I were invited to drop in to the home of a friend for cherry pie and ice cream.  I discovered that the husband of My Joy’s friend likes history, and so I asked  over the pie and ice cream, you are … Continue reading

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A Fool’s Quest

I don’t remember in what capacity a young Elizabeth Soto came to the Southeast, but I do remember her, and I remember that in a conversation with her I affirmed her gifts.  Today she is Elizabeth Soto Albrecht, the moderator of Mennonite Church USA. … Continue reading

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