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14 Responses to Bibliography

  1. Jim Price says:

    I am impressed with your blog, Stanley, and the obvious care, intelligence and feeling with which it is written. Congratulations . . . not bad for a Class of 68 classmate! I will subscribe to the blog and will pass it along to others here in the Kansas City area. It’s good to know you’re out there, doing such good work.

    Jim

  2. John Walstad says:

    “Jim Price says:
    May 26, 2011 at 3:33 pm
    I am impressed with your blog, Stanley, and the obvious care, intelligence and feeling with which it is written. Congratulations . . . not bad for a Class of 68 classmate! I will subscribe to the blog and will pass it along to others here in the Kansas City area. It’s good to know you’re out there, doing such good work.

    Jim”

    Jim – I don’t recall such elegant usage of the English language by the young The Wied. Somewhere along the line, by osmosis or some other means, the hotshot whirling dervish absorbed enough vocabulary and writing style to make Dana Jones proud.

    Wied – I’ve wondered many years where you landed. Knew you went to the seminary after being brainwashed as a Horn, but never knew where you were. Thanks to Audrey Burttram’s email blasts, I’ve finally located you. You’ve always had had a kind heart and a good spirit, and it isn’t surprising that you are successfully doing the Lord’s work. Congratulations to you.

    John Walstad

    • stanwiedeman says:

      Thank you for those very encouraging words, my two old friends. John, you are right that it has mostly been by osmosis – reading well. And I can owe that reading habit to dear Ms. Jones. She had to take me down a notch or two before I could recognize that the world could offer me something I didn’t already have. She got me started really reading. Mrs. Wieman expanded on that. And then I had the urge to write in recent years. But it is still child-s play compared to real writing. I just continue to work at it as I have time. (But how I miss the days of softball!)

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