Meet Again

Karen Rose Ming

READ : John 3:1-16 “Grandma, read to us from the teddy bear book.” At one time, the pages were blank, but now they contain the sayings of my grandsons. An entry for Jacob, age 5: As Jacob passed my flower garden on the way to the pond, he remarked, “Maybe it helps the flowers grow but I sure don’t like all the `manuring’ around here.” And Jan, age 5: “Grandma, I want to go splash, splash, barefoot in the deep.” …

Bees

Karen Rose Ming

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Click

Karen Rose Ming

READ : Deuteronomy 4:1-9 Click “… will the truth be known … Click … nine out of ten dentists recommend … Click … playing at quarterback tonight for the … Click … the cloud formation on our weather map indicates….” Click. “Bruce, please let ME be in charge of the remote control I’d like to see….” Click. Bruce has interrupted me with yet another click. “Karen, I’m checking to see what’s on TV so I can decide what to watch.” …

Car

Karen Rose Ming

READ : Hebrews 4:1-16 While I was growing up, my parents had a car “named” Nellie Bell. I think my husband’s ought to be named Tidy Tillie. His trunk holds a cardboard box neatly packed with softball equipment like shoes, team shirt, glove and, of course, Granola snack bars. Bruce’s car seems boring in comparison to mine. There are no neatly packed boxes in my trunk. Instead you’ll find artistic looking dried weeds, red felt, an insulated coffee mug and …

I See

Karen Rose Ming

READ : Philippians 2:1-16 It was another dreary fall day. The ground lay covered with leaves. “More leaves to rake,” I muttered, still feeling the aches from yesterday. I turned from this dismal view only to stare at beds to be made, dishes to wash, bathrooms to clean, and rooms to straighten. Didn’t I do this yesterday, and the yesterday before that, and even the yesterday before that? I began to feel discouraged. Just then my thoughts were interrupted by …

Heirlooms

Karen Rose Ming

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