Historic Woburn Doors – #ThurdayDoors

I’m going to finish my visit to Woburn, Massachusetts by taking you to the historic center of town featuring a church, a church and a bank. Although these either aren’t the original buildings or the original occupants, the buildings are still quintessential New England. Unfortunately, I came up a little short on history for these... Continue Reading →

Loosely Intertwingled – #JusJoJan

Almost every geeky computer guy and gal who’s over the age of 50-something, knows the expression: “Everything is deeply intertwingled.” Depending on which computer guy/gal you talk to, you will get a different answer as to who to attribute that quote to. I learned of this quote in a class on “Structured Design” taught by... Continue Reading →

Thursday Doors – Christ Church Cathedral

Many people have shared photos of older buildings (usually churches) that stand today, surrounded by modern skyscrapers in a busy downtown area of a city. I have often commented that one of my favorite buildings is located in a similar setting. Last week, I had the opportunity to take some photos of that building. While... Continue Reading →

Cherished Blogfest – Women of Faith

When we traveled to Pittsburgh in May for my mother’s funeral, we also attended services at her church: The Primitive Methodist Church of Carnegie, PA. It’s a tiny church with a small but lively congregation. It was Mother’s Day, and the praises offered by the members of the congregation and echoed by the minister in... Continue Reading →

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