Monthly Archives: July 2009

What I see when I look at my little girl tonight . . .

  Polka dot sheets, with polkas and dots so bright that you can’t help but look her way Extraordinary life; a life to the full as Jesus would say A finger lit up in the way of ET The face … Continue reading

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Surrounded By A Cloud of Many Witnesses

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Late night haiku in pccu

Lines, tubes, the nurses Constant prayers of the people Conduits of God

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There’s A Jairus in My Head

I can’t get Jairus out of my head these days.  That crazy name has been bouncing around in there each of these last 15 days.  It wasn’t too many weeks ago in the lectionary that I preached from the passage … Continue reading

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Maggie Lee on KTBS

Corrie Cross of KTBS, Shreveport did a story on Maggie Lee for yesterday's 6 and 10 news.  Great job, Corrie! The embed code for the video doesn't want to cooperate, but here is the link.

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“Rise Up”

I went out down to the Café de Sodexo (ok, hospital cafeteria) to get a cup of coffee and a change of scenery.  When I came back to the bedside, I looked at Maggie Lee and, just for a moment, … Continue reading

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Maggie Lee as Junie B. Jones

I forgot about this video of Maggie Lee. I'm in the process of putting up a video page of videos of her. If you have any, please let me know. This one is from 2007 and it's amazing how much … Continue reading

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Ring of Encouragement

I was recently digging around in the outer flap of my computer bag.  Some say it is my manbag, but I carry no such item.  As I was hunting for a cord for my computer, I found something I had … Continue reading

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Trip to CT Scan

The trek down to the CT scan went well–thanks to your prayers and the great nurses and team who accompany her down.  The trek in and of itself is risky, but the team watches every detail, juggling monitors, breathing apparati, … Continue reading

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A Look at PCCU

A few folks have asked about our arrangements here at the hospital, so I thought I would describe things.  We are in the Pediatric Critical Care Unit at Univ. of Miss. Medical Center.  Specifically, it is the Batson Children's Hospital.  … Continue reading

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