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Yesterday, I went grocery shopping at a Korean supermarket. Shreds of memories from some years ago, when my best friend Kody had visited the same market with me, rolled back into my mind. I felt as if Kody walked beside me and chatted with me. When I reached the tea section, his words rang loud in my ears as I recalled the moment when he told me the brand of tea he liked.
The market didn’t change much, only the food court was no longer there. I remembered Kody and I had a nice meal at one of the shops.
Things change. Things disappear. But my memories of Kody seem afresh. Though he has gone home to be with the Lord, he still lives within my heart.
For the spring break, my family and I visited the Amish country in Middlebury, Indiana. We had a wonderful time there. Read the rest of this entry »
Last Saturday, I took one of my boys to a restaurant to try out its buffet. Read the rest of this entry »
When I was a little boy, I always longed to have a toy tank. Read the rest of this entry »
I strode to the end table to pick up the phone. A glance at the caller ID sent my heart jumping with anxiety. Read the rest of this entry »