Monthly Archives: August 2012

Some more of Richard’s photos – Sevilla, Spain

The Royal Alcázar

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While in Portugal, Richard gives me a prompt …

On the road to Salamanca, Richard and I talk about the writing group I’ve been attending. To kill some time, he follows the writing idea and gives me a “prompt”.  While peeling potatoes, she promised if he says that to … Continue reading

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Spain & Portugal – Lisa writes & catches some photographs

Alhambra. You must say it as if you were announcing royalty, because it demands that sort of respect and a certain amount of pomp. From it’s massive cedars trained as sententials to the birds flitting about as if they are silly … Continue reading

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Spain & Portugal Group Tour

April 20 to May 4, 2012 Richard and I led a group tour to Spain & Portugal.  Here are a few of Richard’s best photographs.   The Córdoba Mosque Cathedral          The Alhambra, Grenada, Spain 

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Sunday, August 12, 2012 – A Good Worship Experience and Checked Boxes

It’s rather pitiful that I find myself mentally checking a list as I sit down in a church. It is my own version of Linus’ security blanket. If I see all I think I need, I can be less stressed, … Continue reading

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Sunday, August 5, 2012 – The Meaning of “Fine”

Before I wrote this post, Richard cautioned me, “You need to be careful about what you write.” “I know, sweetheart. If I have a bad experience at a church service, I really consider it my fault, not the fault of … Continue reading

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Lisa’s Bible

I love my Sunday School class, we are the Friends in Faith, we are. Knowing that I was not going to be able to be in the loving comfort and encouraging presence of these friends was one of the hardest … Continue reading

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