Human indignities

I’m at Sister Tater’s house this week. She had shoulder surgery this morning. It was a little rough at first — the block the doctor said would ensure her rest for 18 hours didn’t take. She came out of the surgery in some kind of hurt. But she’s home now, resting, and doing much better. [Read More...]

Ministering to the Unemployed

Last week I was in Pendleton to meet with a prosecutor. No. I’m not in trouble. Not yet, anyway. We were just chatting about some people we knew and stories we’d heard. While we were talking, the Guv’ner slipped into the coffee house. I didn’t notice him at first, what with the storytelling that was [Read More...]


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