Tag Archives: Cincinnati
Greetings. I’m glad to be back. I was locked out for a few days.
Enjoy with me the Ohio countryside enhanced by the TLC of Jo and Harvey Bond.
Alas, Cinderella has found the golden hat. She no longer must toil and slave. The golden hat will bring her wealth and happiness, though it will be difficult for her to see where she’s going with that big hat on.
These stories don’t end happily ever after like they used to. But we came as close as we could.
This unlikely story took place in the unlikely city of Cincinnati, Ohio.
If you can’t find a good fairy tale, try reading Ebenezer and Ninety-Eight Friends.
At the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, we met an old friend, Gai Brajkovich, from our previous church in Clovis. David switched seats with her. This certainly made the flight go by faster. I wonder if the pilot drove faster because we were talking and laughing so much, he wanted to get us out of there. Maybe it wasn’t turbulence at all.
David and I make pretty good chauffers. Is the Cincinnati airport hiring? That might make a pretty good retirement job.
Gai is an officer with Parents Without Partners, and she came to attend a conference. We’re here for a family reunion with our kids all the way from the Middle East.
If you don’t meet an old friend at the airport this summer, try taking Ebenezer and Ninety-Eight Friends. You could read the whole book in a transcontinental flight.