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A food and sore muscle memory
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I swore I was going to eat a little less meat. I guess I shouldn't swear. A spontaneous invitation to visit friends in the Tetons threw a wrench into my plans. more
‘We don’t know where to start’
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I want you to have everything you need to get the retirement you’ve been dreaming about. I have been able to help my clients become well prepared for what happens when they stop working.   more
Spoons, knives, boiled eggs, and beans
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Consider the spoon. I will wait a moment while you get yourself to thinking spoon-shaped thoughts. more
This is a special time of year
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As my husband and I were driving to several cemeteries here in Southeast Kansas for our annual Memorial Day visit, where we have many family members and friends buried, we enjoyed the rich countryside.  more
On the mend...
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On Mother’s Day, Linda got cards, flowers, phone calls, texts, candy... and COVID-19.   more
Thoughts for Memorial Day 
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For nearly 40 years, my father served as a Methodist minister in Montana and across much of eastern Kansas. From Great Falls to Fort Scott to Topeka to Emporia to Pittsburg, he rebuilt and revived a dozen congregations until he retired in 2007 from the Frontenac and Opolis Methodist churches.   more
The wizard behind the curtain
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Donald Trump tried to purge two Georgia Republicans for committing one unpardonable sin: standing up to the former president and telling the truth, that he lost the state to Joe Biden by more than 11,000 votes.  more
In the days after Russia attacked Ukraine, there was a lot of talk among Republicans that Vladimir Putin would not have invaded had Donald Trump still been president. more
This week continues Laurence Wilson’s memoir with his school and pedaling papers experiences in Girard. — J.T.K   more
The right of women to have access to a legal abortion is a very contentious and divisive issue.  more
A-Camping We Will Go
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There are people who love to fish and hike and camp and then there’s me. more
Give yourself a salad break
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When the weather is hot and cooking is out of the question, or if you've been overindulging in meaty protein since the onset of grilling season, a simple salad presents a welcome break. more
Bobby’s daughter
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In Chapter 11 of the Book of Judges, there is a disturbing story about a mighty warrior named Jephthah. You’ve likely never heard it preached on, and I will neglect retelling it here. more
Early railroad history, part 2
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I thought I would share a little more about the building of the railroad across Kansas. Of course, the building of the first railroads was done by hard physical labor. more
Are we near a low?
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I was terrible at roller skating limbo, but chubby guys aren’t usually contenders in these types of games. It’s a center of gravity thing. I still wonder how they got that low.  more
“Poetry is everywhere. It just needs editing.”  more
Wisdom in the words left unspoken
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Americans often reflect on Robert Frost's meditation on roads not taken. Today, we might reflect on speeches not given — and on truths unspoken.  more
Kansas House Majority Leader Dan Hawkins recently wrote an opinion piece about Medicaid (Kancare) expansion filled with fear, misleading statements and downright untruths. more
President Biden likes to blame inflation on the COVID pandemic and the war in Ukraine — or, as he says, "Putin's price hike." more
This week continues Laurence Wilson’s memoir with the family’s move to Girard. more
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