Monthly Archives: December 2013

An Invasion of One — Part 2

One of our Christmas traditions in the Hurley household is to read the account of Jesus’ birth from Luke 2 each year prior to opening gifts.  (This year was especially memorable as my almost-two year old grandson sat in my … Continue reading

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Some Christmas Thoughts

Christmas Day is now a lot different for Darla and I.  Lying in bed this morning, I thought back to the days when our boys were little:  stealthy footsteps in the hallway, excited whispers as they wondered if we were … Continue reading

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An Invasion of One

The word “invasion” brings different scenarios to my mind.  I think of an army as it crosses a neighboring country’s borders during war.  I know when British rock and roll (The Beatles and the Rolling Stones) came to America it … Continue reading

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A Hunting Lesson 1

A couple of weeks ago, while hunting deer, I had the opportunity to harvest a large doe.  She was lying at the bottom of a hill and I wanted to get her closer to the edge of the woods for … Continue reading

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