Monthly Archives: January 2012

Two Sermons Related to Process Theology

Duane Fickeisen. “A Contingent Cosmology and Its Implications.” Unitarian Universalists of the Cumberland Valley, Boiling Springs, PA. October 7, 2001. Contingency Duane Fickeisen. “Why Do Birds Sing? Charles Hartshorne’s Relational Theology.” Unitarian Universalists of the Cumberland Valley, Boiling Springs, PA. March … Continue reading

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Water Feature Discovered in Back Yard… and Removed

There was a lovely weeping willow tree in the backyard of our new house in Portland when we bought the place. Its canopy covered 2/3 of the backyard and extended over the fence line on two sides and the house … Continue reading

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Quick Winter Supper — Smoked Salmon Fettucini and Brussels Sprouts

Serves two. This was a quick Friday evening supper. I was tired and stiff with muscle aches from breaking up concrete (that’s another story coming) and had just been awakened by the dog from a late afternoon power nap when … Continue reading

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