Help pack shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child to be sent to children in need around the world. The packing event is at Messiah Lutheran Church on Saturday, July 23 anytime between 8:30 and 11:30 a.m.
It is fun to reminisce about special days. We have coffee hour from about 10 to 11 a.m. on Wednesdays in our senior building. The women sit around a couple of tables and the men sit around a few more tables. Sometimes the conversations involve years gone by. Directly or indirectly we all learn something about each other’s past.
Occasionally I take a walk in the Maplewood Mall on a Saturday afternoon, which is not my usual time for taking a walk. My favorite time to walk or run is in the morning. Taking a walk the Saturday before or after school is finished reveals some real changes.
Living in this part of the country and the earth is kind of special. The variety of winter, spring, summer and fall gives us a variety of seasons to enjoy. Each of us has reasons to enjoy some more than others. These reasons can certainly change, as we grow older.
The public is invited to “My Neighbor is Muslim: Exploring the Muslim Faith,” a four-week speaker series held Sundays April 17 through May 8, from 10:45 a.m. to noon at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, 900 Stillwater Road, Mahtomedi.
We live one day at a time. Every day as we read the daily paper, we likely read some new news. One day last week several articles on the front page of the newspaper caught my attention. Some were a repeat of past days; others were new to me. All or at least much of life is that way. We certainly do not know what April will bring. Everyday is like that.
Some parts of our daily living schedules change little with the changing seasons. Other parts change considerably from one season to the next. Some areas should change; others probably should not. Then there are those hard to make decisions. Prayer gives us insight.