Monthly Archives: September, 2012

Strictness by Kelli Fritsche

There are so many things I don’t know about my mother.  One example would be that I don’t know what it’s like to not have a mother.  She has known that feeling for 50 years plus a day or two… but I suspect that even just one day without her mother felt like 50 years, …

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A CELEBRATION OF A LIFE WELL LIVED

A CELEBRATION OF A LIFE WELL LIVED Author: Gail Henyecz Fritsche Sept. 7, 2012 September 7, 1962 was 50 years ago, yet I remember the details as if it were only last week. It was the second day of the new school year, my junior year at Weehawken High School . The day before I …

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The Power of Prayer

My kids attended a small Christian school for their elemenary and middle school years. There was a group of Moms who got together once a month to pray for the kids, the school and the requests that came in. I was invited to come and went just to observe. I did not know how to …

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Fresh Baked Bread by Monty Hart

I was stationed at Alameda Naval Air base.  We had off base housing. One day I came home and the house smelled of fresh baked bread. I would never allow my wife to buy store bought bread again. This photo was taken about sixty years later in our home in Ridgecrest, Calif. I was outside working …

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