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Remembering Mem

Published: October 31, 2010
Katie J. Miller December 14, 1920 — October 24, 2005 The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living.[...]
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More Kindred Connections

Published: October 28, 2010
In my recent post “Kindred Connections” I wrote about my long-ago and lately rekindled connection to John and Pat Anderson. A friend of[...]
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Leaves of October

Published: October 27, 2010
Today was a true Indian Summer day… we had Squaw Winter these past ten days or so, which makes Indian Summer official, according[...]
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Kindred Connections

Published: October 23, 2010
Thirty years ago, when I was living with the Jake Kurtz family and teaching in a one-room Amish school, the Kurtzes and I[...]
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Around the Mountain

Published: October 20, 2010
I remember my mother singing or playing on her harmonica “She’ll be comin’ around the mountain when she comes…” when I was a[...]
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Amish Peanut Butter

Published: October 18, 2010
An Amishman in Indiana once explained (with a distinct air of gravity) that one thing which people who leave the Amish church always[...]
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Squaw Winter

Published: October 16, 2010
My plan for my next post was to share photos from a quick afternoon bike trip David and I made around the mountain[...]
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In Remembrance of Dad

Published: October 12, 2010
To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heavens: A time to be born, and a[...]
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A Sunday Excursion

Published: October 11, 2010
Last night David and I decided we were going to take a much-needed break from the upheaval in our home. We couldn’t decide[...]
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Deep Energy Retrofit

Published: October 9, 2010
My life has been quite full lately. It never helps to have the house in disarray, which is what we have right now.[...]
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