Surviving a Tsunami or anything

 On my way home from work Friday, I listened to a reporter interview a man in Japan who owns a Taxi Company.  His business suffered great losses during the recent earthquakes and tsunamis.  He described how his workers had scavenged packaged noodles floating in the flood waters from a nearby noodle plant and dried them…

Watching

I stand outside the pastor’s office at church like a delinquent student waiting to see the principal.  With time on my hands, I put my powers of observation to work.  I’m reminded of school days because the office is in the lower level of the church in a hallway made of cinderblock painted a glossy pastel…