Monthly Archives: October 2010

History of Halloween

It’s that time of year again… That time of candy corn and haunted houses.  Of grinning pumpkins and costumed kiddies.  Of nocturnal creatures and creepy critters, monsters, skeletons, and ghosts. I have very fond memories of celebrating Halloween as a … Continue reading

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Light Playing on Polyvinyl Chloride

Last week, Eric and I went to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.  Unfortunately, a lot of the museum’s American art was not open for viewing, due to the construction of a new wing scheduled to open next month.  … Continue reading

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‘Behold, thou art fair, my love’

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The Giver, Commander, and Doer of All Things Good

“God is great, God is good. And we thank Him for our food. By His goodness, we all are fed. Give us, Lord, our daily bread.” When I was a child, I used to recite this little prayer before meals.  … Continue reading

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