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The Least Advice

We will travel to Texas this weekend for our oldest son’s wedding. It is an event we have long waited for and looked forward to. Immediately after High School he served in the United States Marines and put his college … Continue reading

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Monster on Vacation

  Last week we went on vacation. We enjoyed the sights and sounds of the coast of North Carolina. We explored the area around Atlantic Beach and Beaufort. It is a less traveled place and we had a blast. We … Continue reading

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The Selfish Epidemic

As many of you know, I have a tendency to put my foot in my mouth at times. Not often, but at times. That’s from my point of view of course. Well, here is what happened at graduation when I … Continue reading

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Dangerous Words

I was sitting on the edge of the bed last weekend talking to hubs over in his chair. We were planning and discussing our weekend and the things we wanted to accomplish. His favorite weekend statement is, “I plan to … Continue reading

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The Cat’s Advice

  I often think of different things throughout the day and wonder “Why.” Why are things the way they are and why do we do the things we do? Why is our world complex and confusing and wonderful and scary … Continue reading

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Surrounded By His Glory

It is Easter weekend and I hope you all have a great time with family and friends. If you have little ones I wish only the best of weather, so the egg hunt can be carefree and fun. Our youngest … Continue reading

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If I Could…

When I was a child I listened to Paul Harvey. Each radio article began with “Hello Americans.” He would tell fabulous stories, but he would hold back a little bit of information so that his audience could ponder and think … Continue reading

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