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Capturing the Moon...Friday Fictioneers.

“Doesn’t everyone want to capture the moon?” She smiled enchanted by some kind of magic. “I wish I could just reach up into the sky with a magic, butterfly net. 89 more words


Would You Believe?

Me: At this moment, 70 people are following this blog and wanting to know what I’m going to post.

Reader: I have a hard time believing that. 409 more words


Rediscovering Wonder

What follows is my sermon from Sunday, March 4th. And, of course, it reads more like a sermon than a blog post. But, you’re a forgiving crowd. 1,818 more words


Apollo 11

In May 1969 NASA’s Apollo 11 reached Earth’s moon. During this mission Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon, a first for humanity. 176 more words

Space And Tech

Oliver’s First Steps


There’s something to be said about a child’s first steps. It’s a new dawn, both for the child and for the adults. It’s both exciting and scary. 248 more words


Now most of you are too young to remember, but at one time America flew a man to the moon and back safely – actually, we flew three men to the moon on… 607 more words


Photo of the week No.43: Buzz Aldrin on the Moon by Neil Armstrong, 1969

On Monday this week I referenced an article in Atlantic Monthly which asked, ‘What Was the Most Influential Photograph in History?’

I was unimpressed by the choices of the professional photographers in the article. 154 more words

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