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the daily purge 11-17-17

The Purging Lutheran is purging a key chain that came with a purse My Sweet Rib bought at Goodwill.

Puxxled reader: Wait a minute, Janis Q! 258 more words

the daily purge 11-16-17

Hi! Is this a suitcase for an organ grinder’s monkey? It could be. But what would an organ grinder’s monkey put in it? Most organ grinders’ monkeys wear a cute red hat resembling a fez, a red cloth vest some with gold buttons and others without, and finally a tin cup in which to collect donations from pleased passersby. 161 more words

the daily purge 11-15-17

Are those ‘g’s for ‘gucci’? The Purging Lutheran certainly hopes not! I browsed the Gucci website for a similar product to compare with this coin and card purse. 289 more words

the daily purge 11-14-17

A single, last sock … for the time being. Our Marta wore this cool Bazooka Joe sock, presumeably with the other one at the same time. 201 more words

the daily purge 11-13-17

Socks. Almost done. Drudging through My Marta’s socks is like living the Led Zeppelin song, ‘No Quarter’ …

“Walking side-by-side with death, the devil mocks their every step, ooh.  238 more words

the view from the pew 11-11-17

Our songs were played by Pastor McClean on guitar and Rhoda on piano. She played effortlessly and beautifully along with Pastor. The songs were “Every Move I Make/Lord I Lift Your Name on High”; “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing”; “Jesus, Be the Center”; “Amazing Grace”; and “That’s Why We Praise Him”. 921 more words

Alice of Riga and the Mary Stanford Lifeboat Disaster, 15 November 1928

The weather in the English Channel, on the early morning of 15 November 1928 was rough and the Latvian steamship collier, Alice of Riga, with a cargo of bricks, began struggling as she rounded Dungeness Point, travelling west. 1,001 more words