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Reflections by Phil Ellenberger

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 14 Sep 17 - 0 Comments

Whew! I don’t know about you but hopefully you were as lucky as we were when we met Harvey. We evacuated. For unusual reasons we had not evacuated when Claudette came around way back then. She was a low numbered hurricane. As you all know Harvey was a four. We were trapped because Claudette came […]

Reflections by Phil Ellenberger

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 17 Aug 17 - 0 Comments

Well here we are it is August already. It is a fair bet that most of us have not got two thirds of the stuff done we wanted to accomplish in the year. But the year never misses, When August is done it will be two thirds over. Last month I noted that July was […]

Reflections by Phil Ellenberger

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 20 Jul 17 - 0 Comments

It doesn’t surprise me that the month of July is named after Julius Caesar.  After all he was born in this month.  Back then they called it Quintilis.  That meant it was the fifth month not the seventh. I don’t really know how they slipped January and February in because Mother Nature hasn’t changed the […]

Reflections by Phil Ellenberger

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 15 Jun 17 - 0 Comments

This is the month for rites of Passage.  At least that is my take on the month of June.  Most of us recognize that June and Brides go together like peanut butter and jelly.  Marriage is one of the traditional rites. It has always seemed to me that graduation, traditionally High School ones, are a […]

Reflections by Phil Ellenberger

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 18 May 17 - 0 Comments

It is May already! When I was much younger the big thing about May was dancing around a May Pole.  It seems that was a really big deal celebrating spring in medieval times.  I am not medieval. It just seems so when my aching bones creak. The local garden club had their version of May […]

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