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Health and Surfside Condo Collapse: Siloam Scenarios

Sunday’s rain dampened Sauk Centre’s streets, but delivered under four tenths of an inch. That’s been good for our weeds, and for grass next to sidewalks. But it’s nowhere near the two or three inches we need to get back … Continue reading

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The Unmasked Minnesotan’s Second COVID-19 Shot

…I don’t live in a perfect world. So I do what I can, try not to fret about what I can’t, and pay attention to what my bishops say…. Continue reading

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In Praise of Lilacs, Blue Sky and Rain

I have been feeling down, depressed and worse. So I wrote about emotions, personality disorders, predestination, flowers and making sense. Continue reading

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First of Two COVID-19 Vaccinations This Morning

I went to the local hospital this morning, got a sheaf of paper and a 3×5 card, had a short chat and followed green arrows to the elevator. I’ve walked down that corridor a fair number of times, and have … Continue reading

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