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All Quiet on the Eastern Front

I'm still in Westfield, NJ tonight and I am exhausted. Bone tired, my grandmother used to say. A long day at an off-site meeting working with I team I really enjoy. It's getting late, and be to be perfectly honest, ...

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Always “Just Right”

Janet and I are updating our master bathroom and today we went shopping for new rugs. After finding the right color, we laid the three sizes on the floor in the bath department of Macy's and quickly decided that one ...

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For I Am Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

I had my annual physical yesterday. To spare you the drama and cut to the chase, everything was great and I was pronounced healthy. I do take high blood pressure pills, and last year I had to get on a ...

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And They Shall Become One …….

Janet has been traveling this week, visiting her folks in Virginia, and today she returned home. I had been counting down the hours until she landed, and rather than circling the airport to pick her up outside baggage, I parked ...

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And Now, the Greatest Story Ever Told

If you have been following this blog for the last several days, I am sure that it has become evident to you that I love to tell stories. For some reason, most of my friends would tell you that I ...

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God’s Divine Plan – Remembering Life’s Defining Moments

I have always had a special soft spot for members of our military forces. Both my Dad and my father-in-law served in WWII and one of my grandfathers was a WWI veteran. Well, this afternoon, as I was getting ready ...

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Birthday Peace – Resting in the Arms of God

My life is a little hectic, and that's an understatement. I am always traveling, or trying to do three things at once, and it is easy to lose sight of any quiet time at all. So imagine how excited I ...

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Happy Birthday! – Understanding a Gift Received 48 Years Ago

It seems like such an anti-climactic way to start a blog. After all, I have been thinking about writing since my seminary days. The idea of a book sounds daunting, and so many of you have asked me ...

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