Monthly Archives: May 2008

Balloon man

This guy was featured on Good Morning America today. This is just short of unbelievable and should not be tried as I’m sure he broke a number of FAA regulations, but it goes to show that some folks will not … Continue reading

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Energy Shortage?

Gasoline and other fuel prices are rising at meteoric rates and a do-nothing government sits idly by and tells us that Europe is paying more per gallon and they are as usual telling only half the truth. The Europeans are … Continue reading

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Winter Soldier

On Sunday I found myself inside a church on Jamestown Island in Virginia. The church is a replica of the original that stood on that ground in the early 17th century. Posted at the front of the church were the … Continue reading

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Twenty Five Days

Last week I had the privilege of attending an educational forum in our area. One of the presenters that I heard was the young lady who authors a blog called, Twenty-Five Days. I could not get over the heart and … Continue reading

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Oily thoughts

Been spending the weekend at Colonial Williamsburg and thinking about an earlier age and an earlier King who much like our President ruled the world. Why else would an oil man invade a country that produced 3.5 million barrels of … Continue reading

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On the road again…

We spent the night in Breezewood, PA. after driving from Franklinville, NY enroute to Williamsburg, VA. We’re celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary this weekend.  Twenty-five years and two children and the passage from a thirty year old to a fifty-five … Continue reading

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Touch my body

Recently I’ve come to have a greater appreciation for the feminine spirit in my life. I recently wrote about the Ruach and how the Hebrews long ago realized that the spirit of God was feminine or at least that’s how … Continue reading

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GI Bill

I’m a veteran of the Vietnam era and I’m eligible for benefits from the Veterans Administration. Among my benefits was/is the G.I Bill.  Some of the college education I received was paid for with GI Bill benefits. It came in … Continue reading

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Wholehearted agreement

Lately I’ve been thinking that maybe the most important factor in the precipitous rise in oil prices in the past five years is our program of endless war. It’s a karmic reaction certainly and one that might have been easily … Continue reading

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Solar Nation

In case you’ve been asleep for the past seven years, we are in an energy crisis. The leadership of our country has failed to recognize this fact and has failed to call on us the citizens to implement strategies that … Continue reading

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