Thank You, Lord, for children— little humans, full of life— laughing, jumping, singing, running; little robbers, demanding money, time, energy, patience; still, little diamonds, worth the cost— their words, their smiles, their hands, their hugs! small, magnificent treasures, lost in the quest for jobs, houses, clothes, cars; little children— made by God— whom Jesus never […]Read more "Thanksgiving: Children"
People: Copernicus Poternicus, how come you deserted us? We thought you would return with us from the megalopolis. Copernicus: I could have predicted this confusion by contradicting your conclusion, but you inflicted a contusion on my delicate constitution. Ay, ay, ay! My cardiac! My tympanum! My scholastic, core curriculum! My endoplasmic (poor) reticulum! And […]Read more "Copernicus Poternicus"