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Arms Wide Open

Every Wednesday Lisa and I pick up our grandchildren, Annalee and Ryder from school. We have our AWANA children’s program at church that night so we bring them home, help them with their homework, teach them their AWANA Bible verses, … Continue reading

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Patient Titus

My grandson, Titus, began speaking at a very early age. At first he just repeated words we said or asked him to say. We would say something like, “Say banana, Titus” (he loves bananas) and he would say “banana”. Then … Continue reading

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Five Little Monkeys

My grandson, Malachi, is one active little two year old. It is amazing how many times he can run around our kitchen table while bent over pushing a large, plastic, yellow, Tonka style dump truck; especially if he is racing … Continue reading

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Truck Talk

My grandson, Malachi, loves trucks. His Dad and his Grandpa on his Dad’s side both drive trucks so he comes by it honestly. He has a little book about trucks. In this book is a picture of a cement truck … Continue reading

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Family

My daughter, Hannah recently flew out to Washington State to visit her grandfather, affectionately known as “Pop Pop”. While she was there Pop Pop made arrangements for them to attend an art exhibit in Seattle called “Graphic Masters”, which displayed … Continue reading

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Cover Up

My son, Tim, recently told me that my grand daughter, Annalee, made a sign and asked if she could hang it on her bedroom door. He told her that would be fine. A few days later, as he walked by … Continue reading

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Fairly Tempting

When I was a boy growing up in Washington State my great uncle Dale had an apple orchard. One day I was playing in the orchard and came to a section where the trees were younger than the others. These … Continue reading

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In His Hands

My daughter, Leah, recently gave birth to our fifth grandchild. His name is Justus. She delivered at St. Luke’s hospital in Duluth. Lisa and I were there for the delivery and stayed over to the next day. One of our … Continue reading

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Unity in Diversity

Our daughter-in-law, Liz, and our grandson, Titus, recently came for a weekend visit. Our son, Dan, had to work so we missed him but we love having Liz around and with Titus here we would have all of our grandchildren … Continue reading

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Slippery Places

Before my daughter, Leah, headed for home she decided to let my grandson, Malachi, play outside in the snow for a few minutes. As he tromped around in the snow I headed toward the garage to grab a sled so … Continue reading

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