Here’s Trixie!

by Joel on March 29, 2005

Please welcome to Richard’s blogroll “Trixie” of Trixie’s Home.

Trixie is an active lay member of Grace United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City, OK (USA). Among other things, she’s interested in the spiritual connection of shared hospitality and the importance of “home,” whether one has a traditional family to share that with or not. She believes that sharing a casserole at a family table can go far to cure the ills of the world. Recently she’s inspired by the book Art and Soul: 156 Ways to Free Your Creative Spirit by Pam Grout. Trixie works as a freelance writer and editor. She and Joel Thomas, friends for more than 30 years, celebrated their 18th birthdays in 1973 by registering to vote. This week they’ll both be celebrating the big 5-0.

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Joel Thomas 03.31.05 at 12:44 am

What? No one’s wished us a happy half a century, or collectively, an entire century? What’s the purpose in getting old, then? ;-)

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Trixie 03.31.05 at 6:31 am

That’s OK — we won’t share our cake with them, but I was hoping for help blowing out the birthday candles!!

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Richard 03.31.05 at 10:10 pm

My apologies Joel. It’s just that I can’t imagine being as old as that! ;)

Happy Birthday to you both!

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Joel Thomas 04.01.05 at 6:45 pm

That’s OK, Richard. Just keep making cracks like that and you might not have to worry about becoming 50 in anything other than your imagination. ;-)

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