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Date:7/27/2014 11:23:37 PM
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Coziness, Part II
I was talking about how I loved to be in the "old house," the garage, when there was a fire in the Sears stove. As late as a couple of winters ago, when I was harvesting rabbits, I would build a fire and big brother Tommy would sit and talk to me while I cleaned them. Sadly, modern insurance rules have dictated that the stove had to be taken out of the garage because it was an unacceptable fire hazard. Another example of the socialist state mandating how we live, but that's just this old man's rant against "progress."

Nevertheless, I am convinced that both Pa and Wild Bill are permitted to make their presence known from time to time in that old house. I remember once when the front door slammed shut for no reason when I was there alone. That was when Bill was gone but Pa was still with us. Pa observed that I was much too jumpy just because Bill was saying hello. Just a short time ago, as I was praying at Adoration at our church, I was thinking about Pa and my thoughts were directed to our garage and my Pa standing in the "old house." I think that I was made to understand that Pa was okay and that I didn't have to worry about him anymore. Think what you like, but I find comfort in the thought that our good-hearted loved ones are allowed to experience the coziness of our Father's House. More on Coziness in my next post. -- Gary
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