Sunshine, then Rain

Sunshine, then Rain

I was confused for a while Tuesday night (not that this itself is unusual) as the start of the Tiger game was delayed by rain.  The weather on our deck was beautiful, and there was no rain in the evening forecast – how could it be raining in downtown Detroit?   It was then that I realized the game was to be played in Pittsburg, not Detroit.  Sunshine here – rain there!

Memorial Memories

Memorial Memories

My Godmother was born on Memorial Day – the traditional one.  Thus, I always remember her around this time of the year.  She has been in heaven for many years now, but back in the day when I was growing up, she lived next door with my grandfather.  Their house was always a safe haven when my brother or I had a pressing desire to “get away.”

Our Laughing God

Our Laughing God

Yesterday morning I went to Belle Tire at 8:05 a.m. to get a slow leak in a tire fixed.  They asked if I planned to leave the vehicle there for the day.  I said, “No,” for my plan was to work on my laptop in their waiting area for an hour or two, and then be on my way to scheduled home visits. 

Cellar Dwellers

Cellar Dwellers

fter Tuesday night’s ninth inning debacle the Tigers woke up Wednesday morning in the cellar of the American League Central Division.  Their play thus far has been disappointing to me.  Meadows was a nice last-minute addition, Javy is back in the lineup, and Miguel is hitting more in April than I can ever remember, but after that …

Afterglow

Afterglow

Holy Week and Easter are such a special time that I am still glowing with an emotional high nearly a week later.  It is partially the nearly 400 people who worshiped with us on Easter (when you add together Sunrise, Festival, and 144 online views) – the most we have had in a single day since before the pandemic.