Monthly Archives: December 2015
Truth is not time sensitive. Charles Spurgeon preached a sermon 130 years ago that is still fully applicable to our concerns and our needs. This is only a short excerpt from it (the whole thing is twelve pages when printed out). A … Continue reading
Among the nuances that govern daily life in cold country during October and November is the distinction between a freeze and a hard freeze. A freeze simply means the temperature was at 32 degrees Fahrenheit for thirty minutes or an hour. … Continue reading
Ten days before Christmas in 1941, Dad paid $2 for two tons of coal for the furnace. He also spent 19 cents for food – perhaps a bag of his favorite lemon drops – on his way to the coal mine south … Continue reading
There is fierce language regarding any reproduction – so – http://www.cowboypoetry.com/christmas07one.htm Empty Saddles at Christmas speaks of cowboys off to war. I like the line describing a white Christmas that shows up at dawn.