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Cutting the Cord…

Let's be clear about one thing at the top of this post. I, at this stage of my life, am not very tech savvy. Oh, I used to be - back when I was 50+ years younger! I used to ...

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Tetelestai…

This year, I had more things to write about Easter - but time ran out. It is such an important week in the Christian calendar that it would take a lifetime to discuss all the nuances of the events of ...

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While It Was Still Dark…

Here we are on Easter Sunday, 2022. The weather has been perfect today, as a Resurrection Sunday should be. The service this morning was awesome, the flowers in memory and honor of loved ones were beautiful - and the music ...

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Einstein’s Destination?

As we continue this Holy Week and get closer to Good Friday, it is more important than ever to realize that this weekend is about God's plan to re-unite us with Him. This was accomplished by the death, and subsequent ...

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Bee Still This Holy Week…

I read a story this weekend on how bees live. In fact, I really found it quite fascinating to learn about how to trap bees. It seems that a wide mouth jar with honey in the bottom of the jar ...

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Sabbath Mode!

We bought our home about eight years ago from a wonderful gentleman who had lost his wife to cancer after many years of being together. He hated to leave but realized that it was time to move on. He was ...

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One Voice Singing…

Yesterday was a fantastic day. It was Janet's birthday and every year I am reminded that it may be her birthday but I am the one who received the gift - my life with Janet. To be sure, it was ...

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Come On In… the Water’s Fine!

Last week, I received the nicest hand-written note in the mail. It was from a dear friend, Dave, who gave up FaceBook for Lent to concentrate on more direct communications with the people who have impacted his life. It is ...

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Be Not Drunk With Wine…

Earlier this week, on March 24th, I celebrated 29 years since I stopped drinking alcohol. When I was younger, I never gave much thought to how much I drank - that is until I went for a periodic blood test ...

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The Memory Doesn’t Fade…

Fifty years ago today (it's difficult to believe that it's that long ago), my maternal grandfather died. It wasn't the first death that my brothers and I experienced in our family, but it was definitely the most crushing to us. ...

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