Category Archives: About Tom

General things about who Tom Bolton thinks he is.

2015 Stats on my Blog


I did not write as much in 2015 as the previous 3 years. Here are the stats though: https://tbolto.wordpress.com/2015/annual-report/

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On Surgery Times


Last year I had surgery to have a tumor removed from my right kidney. I have been blessed that it was found early, and I had a top-notch surgeon. I was doubly blessed that many friends and members of Christ’s body were … Continue reading

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Birthdays


  I was thinking about the birthdays of friends on Friday.           Birthdays, Dreamed and Held Today I am celebrating birthdays old and new, Remembered and missed, Remembered true and made up too, Celebrated and passed through. I think of … Continue reading

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John Wesley on Prayer: reblogged


I am re-blogging my four posts that got the most views in 2014.  I’m not sure these are my best blogs, but they have the most attractive key words.  (Tomorrow, I will re-blog Crucifixion by Bartolome Esteban Murillo, which is a … Continue reading

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Sons and Daughter


I was struggling with some things in September 2012, but it was a joy to have both sons and my daughter-in-law at home on Friday and Saturday and some of Sunday. I was blessed by their presence.          Loving My … Continue reading

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Repeating On Word, Law and Life


This was the start of my meditation on Psalm 119, which I started in December 2011.  I finished in Spring 2012, but I have periodically been drawn back to this piece over the past few years. Psalm 119 How blessed … Continue reading

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Thinking on a Child, Grown too Fast


      Maibandu, Are You Safe?   I know Maibandu in my mind, and in her letters, But letters that are written with helping hands. I see, in little images, the long-past deaths– Father, Brothers, Play-palls–of Men and boys gone sooner … Continue reading

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