Monthly Archives: July 2008

How people react to emergencies,

To continue on yesterday’s topic of how people react to serious situations.  I was working in a large office in El Paso, Texas.  There was a big glass office to one side that held the boss and owner.  Then there … Continue reading

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Another observation from life.

This isn’t as cheerful as my son’s blogs, but it is a piece of experience of which we older types seem to have most knowledge.  Several times in life I have been involved with a terrifying experience from which I … Continue reading

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Our Country as we like it

A friend of mine sent me a very nice presentation of an American Classic. It was so well done that it made me feel like crying. I had to share it with you for your enjoyment.   http://home.comcast.net/~nw-fla/tribute_flag_B_thompson.htm   Enjoy your … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

My full name is Bertha Nell Dugger Glass.  As a hurricane I have outlasted all the others in history according to tonight’s news.  My brother wrote a few days ago that I was moving fast for an old broad.  I … Continue reading

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To do or not to do

We visited a senior center called Emerald Heights this week.  My husband goes there occasionally to help seniors who have computer problems, mostly people from our church.  When we go there we often have breakfast at their little cafe, and … Continue reading

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Charity and non Charity

Last Sunday after church I was talking to  one of the pastor’s daughters who just graduated from college and in Sept. goes to Africa to work with orphans.  I told her that I have often made baby blankets that people … Continue reading

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Weather,Summer, and Pets

Here in the Northwest we have had very different weather this year.  Two or three months ago we had some days that the temps were in the high 80’s and 90’s.  Then in June the weather people called it Junuary … Continue reading

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