Hugging (and other things that surprise me as I get old)

I hugged Marty this weekend. I also hugged his wife, Sheila, and their daughter Bri. I also hugged a tiny little African woman during the greeting time at church on Sunday, and on Friday I hugged Susannah tight because I hadn’t seen her in almost a month. Then I grabbed up her babies and nearly nibbled their… More Hugging (and other things that surprise me as I get old)

Radio Interviews, Bookmarks, and Reviews: Today’s Random Assortment

Hello, friends! I apologize for my lack of decent blogging of late. But I’m excited, because I’ve started a new little project. It’s a seven-day devotional companion to If I Plug My Ears, God Can’t Tell Me What to Do. I’m going to make it available for free on the blog soon, and I’m hoping… More Radio Interviews, Bookmarks, and Reviews: Today’s Random Assortment

Let’s Learn to Play Tennis (but we use the word “tennis” loosely)

The Clemences are not a sporty crowd. And I mean the total sum of us are not a sporty crowd. Not the older generations, not the younger folk, not the way out extended cousins– nothing. We never have football blaring on the TV during holiday gatherings, we never gather at the park to play softball while the… More Let’s Learn to Play Tennis (but we use the word “tennis” loosely)