From ghoulies and ghosties
And long-leggedy beasties
And things that go bump in the night,
Good Lord, deliver us!
So beseeches the traditional Scottish Prayer, and judging from the extent to which many of us decorate our homes for the annual sugar-fest known as Halloween, we are increasingly haunted (so to speak) by all manner of forces that lurk under rocks and in the dark. Their deeds unseen, their nefarious purpose hidden, on All Hallows’ Eve we let such as these know that we are on to them.
Recently, two of their scarier denizens have come to light.
Dr. Richard R. Kurrasch
Following forty years of pastoral ministry, Rich and his wife, Ann Marie, retired to the Central Coast where in addition to the opportunities of the SLO life generally, he divides his time between PFJ, the Rotary Club of Five Cities Eco (one of three Eco/environmental Rotary clubs in the country), and writing a memoir.