July 4th: Thank God For Our Soldiers!!

This is a post from last Christmas. But it’s a message that says as Americans we thank God for our soldiers and soldiers from other countries who are fighting against terrorists. We pray the war on Terror would end ASAP. I signed up last week […]

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Vine Ripe

When I was a kid my Dad would grow a garden in the summer. He liked to grow things like yellow squash, cucumbers, watermelons and cantalopes. Watching my mom and dad I learned how to tell when fruits and vegetables were ripe. You could usually […]

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New Resolution Update

My son Benjamin and I made New Year’s Resolutions. How have we done? Not too bad. Benjamin made a resolution to give me a hug everyday. I’m proud and happy to say he has kept his promise. Once or twice he forgot but gave me […]

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At Least I’m At Home

There’s lots to do around my home. I have an agenda for today. Our home is small and has gotten crowded as we have grown over the nine years we have lived here. I don’t have much money for containers that help organize. But I […]

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Hats! The Musical

In the past month a musical has been playing in Chicago. It’s called Hats. The Red Hats Society was the inspiration for this play. Here are some clips from the Red Hat Society site. Click on Sights and Sounds.

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The Red Hat Society

I had a little fun today after Sunday School. I talked with Eileen. I asked her about an organization she belongs to. The idea for this organization for women was sparked by a poem: Warning When I am an old woman I shall wear purple […]

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Father’s Love

Did you go to a purest-truth, Bible teaching church service today? Personally, I hope that you did but if you didn’t here’s a mini sermon that would be good to listen to:

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