Donna Legendre, Ed.D., LPC: Some people think even if a female minister has the same duties, and the same education, as that of a male counterpart, but is not married, she should not expect to make the same salary, because she does not have a family to take care of. (They also think that if she is married, then this would also apply because she is not thought to be the primary income earner.)
Guest: Donna Legendre, Ed.D. (Psychology and Counseling), LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor).: Professor of a Pastoral Work class to me: “I will sign for you to take any class at seminary, other than mine.” Response: “I can’t do that because I will need everything you are teaching in my role as a chaplin.”
Kenya was cold in August 1998, living at almost 1 1/2 mile high. 3 weeks ago it was hot in Arizona at 111F looking at cactus. My range: – 40 to 114. Yours?
Thank you Roberta, Tom, and Kelly for coming out to Tanzania and helping. I miscommunicate by texting all the time.
Cindy and I drove from Alabama to California enjoying the beautiful western landscape and now are returning home. Every place we heard languages we didn’t speak, some we recognized like German, French, and Spanish.
Football season is almost here, get ready! My #100 cartoon!
Since most writing is editing; sometimes a whole chapter falls by the way side, but in this case the cartoon remained. If you enjoy Jeopardy like us, you may enjoy this.
This one of my favorite Knock-Knock jokes. Correct English is so hard to speak like correct Swahili, right Bob Allen?
My mom is 95 years old. I heard the story a hundred times and it never got old. My mother escaped East Germany with a friend called Kitty. Love you Momma! Ich liebe dich.
After 42 years of reading misspelled words on prescriptions, I learned smart people can spell words more than one way.