January 6th, 2013

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Sunday January 6th. Soest

Sunday, January 6th, 2013
I just got back from walking Blanda. It has not rained yet, all day. And the sun came through briefly. It has rained practically every day in the last six weeks. I took Arthur and Marjan to Schiphol for their early flight to South Africa and had enough time to get back here, take the dog for her morning walk and make it to 10 a.m. mass. I also stopped at the boat to make sure it was still afloat. I have thoroughly confused the poor animal. She has her set routine for the trails she is walked three times a day. And without GPS I am a lousy navigator. But she is very patient with me, she just shakes her head. The back fence of the home opens on a forest with trails through Pine and hardwood forest and patches of sand dunes and heather fields.

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Last Sunday’s bulletin of the Saint Henricus church listed the amounts of the two collections taken at the previous Sunday as each about € 53 or a total of about $ 140… It is tough to heat a church on that kind of weekly income. It is rare to see anything but coins on the European collection plates.