Monthly Archives: January 2011

A Lesson from Hide and Seek

I grew up in a small house with lots of land. My grandparents lived next door and Grampa farmed, gardened, raised chickens and pigeons, and grew many fruit trees as well as grapes. All this land and all those trees … Continue reading

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Wisdom From A Witty Woman?

Things I have observed over the years – If a light bulb burns out in your house, every other light bulb in the house will follow suit. Watts with that? If you sprain your back and it hurts to bend … Continue reading

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A Picture Is Worth 483 Words!

I thought you might enjoy seeing the lovely church buildings inadequately described in my last post!  

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Thinking on These Things

I don’t often get a day off from my church. I teach Sunday School every week and play the piano every other week, so I try to take only a few Sundays away from my church family. However, on a … Continue reading

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Words – Honest, Painful, Useful

Words. Using the correct word is very important in communicating your message. One wrong word can raise an eyebrow, bring a snicker, or even a hearty laugh. Earlier this week someone mentioned that their daughter-in-law, a young widow, was dating … Continue reading

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hos·pi·tal·i·ty

I love my home. With all of its faults and unfinished-ness, I still love my home. My grampa and dad built the house back in 1951 – a typical 50s ranch-style home. Over the years we’ve changed the attached garage … Continue reading

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