We Didn’t See This Very Often in Mississippi

This is what I woke up to, outside my office window this morning. Well, technically, I woke up to dark with widely scattered light an hour or so later, as the Hippy Dippy Weatherman would say, but this was the view at about 9:00 a.m. Fortunately, mother nature was kind enough not to snow on …

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Belated Annunciation Thoughts

This post is several days late because we've been travelling this weekend and I haven't had computer access. Friday, March 25, was Annunciation. Because of our "exile" among the Protestants for the last few months, I didn't even realize it was Annunciation until late Friday evening when I looked at my phone and saw the …

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The Tabasco Buddha and other wonders on Avery Island

While in south-central Louisiana last week we made a pilgrimage to Avery Island, the home of Tabasco Sauce. The factory tour was very short – a five minute lecture by a tour guide and a 15 minute video – and the factory itself was closed for Mardi Gras, but I suspect all bottling plants look …

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