Monthly Archives: November 2014

Biscuits and Blessings

Yesterday morning,as the husband was out putting the snow blower to good use, I decided that I would wax domestic and make a hearty breakfast for him.  I had the little sausages simmering, the eggs all ready to be scrambled … Continue reading

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Dear President Obama

Dear President Obama: I know that in the past you have publicly claimed to be a Christian, a believer in Jesus. However, having seen some clips of  your Chicago church and knowing that you were raised and educated far from the Bible Belt of our … Continue reading

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Let it Go

Forgiveness is a slippery, elusive thing.  The concept sounds so easy but it isn’t.  One can believe that they have totally forgiven someone only to later realize that you truly forgave the action taken, yet you have neglected to include the pain and residual fall-out that was inflicted as well.  You relax, thinking … Continue reading

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Hold That Line

Today is Veteran’s Day.  I want to thank all my readers who have at one time or another served our country.  We maintain our freedoms because of your sacrifice and I thank you from the bottom of my heart!   … Continue reading

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Dreaming Again

Last week I had a dream.  In it, dressed in white, I was standing in the palm of God’s very large hand. I was viewing myself standing there, so other than His hand I didn’t see Him; but I did hear His voice.  He told me not to be … Continue reading

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Winds of Change

  At this writing, strong sustained North winds have begun to buffet my windows.  At the risk of sounding like Mary Poppins I believe that the wind has changed! I am sure those shifting winds and building clouds are the signal that Indian Summer is being ushered out … Continue reading

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