Monthly Archives: January 2011

Breakfast in Peppertown

Don’t tell my mom.  She won’t understand.  When I was growing up, we did not eat out.  I have no childhood memories of restaurants.  Diners were as off-limits as pool halls, casinos and Methodist churches.   Eating out was morally dubious.  … Continue reading

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In with the Old, In with the New

Why isn’t this month’s namesake featured on more church newsletters and websites?  Janus, the Roman god of beginnings, endings, and time, has two heads that face opposite directions.  One head looks back at the last year while the other looks … Continue reading

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