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Anna Yager
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Three generations of Christians in a line of a thousand
Three generations of Christians in a line of a thousand

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My Life in Pictures - Hurricane Odile
I'm not sure if my blog is still on anyone's reading list, it's been so long since I've posted anything. Blame it on Hurricane Odile, which roared (truly!) through our town on September 15th and knocked out all the services, including internet. Everything e...

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I'm baaack...I think
Well, I must say that I have enjoyed my hiatus from regular blogging. Life has been so full that when I have some time to chill out my first thought is NOT, "hey, I want to put my mind back into gear and write a blog post!" Since my last post I did a 10-day...

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An Unexciting Life with Money
This is one in a series of posts of meditations on the book An Unexciting Life by Michael Casey, a Trappist monk. For others in the series, click on "an unexciting life" in the list of topics on the right-hand side of this page. The passage I want to commen...

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An Unexciting Life: Friendship
Today's post is the latest in a series of meditations on the book An Unexciting Life by Michael Casey. For prior posts in the series, click on "an unexciting life" in the themes section on the right side of this page. In the chapter "The Value of Stability"...

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An Unexciting Life: The Value of Consistency
This is one in a series of meditations on passages from the book An Unexciting Life , by Michael Casey, a Trappist monk. For the rest of the series, click on "an unexciting life" in the Topics section on the right side of this page. Today's passage from the...

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An Unexciting Life: Monasticism for a non-monastic
The Pirate has gone to the States for more than a month to help our son remodel his house (the one the Pirate built in 1969 when we were hippies). That leaves me alone with the garden and the dogs, and an opportunity to practice more fully the monastic life...

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Our happily unexciting life
Since my last post I have spent most of my computer time on Ravelry, getting all my projects up to date, listing everything in my stash (with photos), learning which groups are good sources of information and community. Check out my stuff here . I also disc...

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Passages
Our oldest granddaughter Jordan graduated from high school yesterday. Since she had been homeschooled, her graduation was held at the church that my son's family is involved in. Jordan made a speech, the event was videotaped, a great feast was had by all, a...

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Anna Yager commented on a post on Blogger.
That's definitely the toughest part about living in a foreign country - there's a significant barrier between you and the rest of your family.  I'm thankful that the rest of our family is all in Alta California, which is a straight line north from here - actually drivable.

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Anna Yager commented on a post on Blogger.
When we were in SMA last summer, we attended a wedding mass (we didn't know the bride and groom, we just wanted to go to mass) and as we were leaving there was a big group of people outside waiting to come in for a funeral mass. We walked a few blocks and came to another iglesia where there was another wedding mass taking place. Plenty of activity around the jardin THAT day!
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