Monthly Archives: November 2015

I Can’t Believe It!

I can’t believe it! I have all my Christmas shopping done except for some stocking stuffers. How did this happen? I bought the children’s gifts last week. Yesterday I went out on Black Friday and got the gifts for the … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks

Here are some things about thanks from my pastor’s Bible study last week: Giving thanks is a Christ characteristic. When Jesus gives thanks, He is exampling our dependence on God and the importance of humanity giving “thanks” to deity. Make … Continue reading

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Making Progress

I’m making progress on getting ready for Christmas.  I almost can’t believe it. In my family we changed how we “do” Christmas a couple of years ago.  Now we only buy gifts for the younger children (five of them) and … Continue reading

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Please, not yet

I couldn’t believe my ears yesterday.  The weather forecast was being given on the radio and it included the word snow.  According to the forecaster, there’s a possibility  of snow on Saturday.  Granted, it’s to be mixed with rain which … Continue reading

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I’m just numb from the news from Paris. I don’t understand why killing innocent people is seen as the solution to whatever problem you are facing. This is kind of like I felt when 9/11 happened. All I know to … Continue reading

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It’s Too Early

Yesterday as I drove down my street to run an errand I did a doubletake. A big house has all (at least I think it’s all) their Christmas lights up. It’s too early for Christmas lights. The people in the … Continue reading

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Yesterday was a time of discouragement.  I had a library book that was due.  I took it to the library and left it in the book box container, sort of like a mailbox, in front of the library.  Today I … Continue reading

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