The World in Which We Live

The World in Which We Live

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You know, when I first began thinking about this post, the theme had a very different tone. I'd seen a video on Facebook. Ah. Facebook. The video featured Victoria Osteen making some really (I'm going to omit the word swirling on the tip of my tongue) misguided statements about obedience to God. Mrs. Osteen's opinion (emphasis […]

Feeling Nostalgic

Feeling Nostalgic

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There are just some days I miss my grandparents. It's been years since they all passed from this world.  I've had nothing but pictures and my fond memories of them for nearly thirty years (and for one of them—forty). Strange how our recollections work. It can be the simplest thing which triggers a memory and causes me to reminisce […]

Loose Ends

Loose Ends

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I am at loose ends. There is nothing worse for a writer and blogger than the periods of time when there just isn't anything to say. Very, very frustrating. Sure.  There are books and DVD's I can review. Which is what I'm going to be doing over the next few days, btw. Which is a good thing […]

The Eyes Have It—Still

The Eyes Have It—Still

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As many of you know, last October I was diagnosed with a cornea disease called Cogan's Dystrophy (Map-Dot-Fingerprint). This disease/condition (?) is identified by scar tissue left on the corneas which resemble fingerprints or a map. This scarring is a result of tiny abrasians caused over a long period of time by blinking because the […]

The Power of Our Words

The Power of Our Words

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"A time to tear and a time to mend. A time to be quiet and a time to speak." Ecclesiastes 3:7 NLT The other day I was reminded about how important it is to engage our brains before inserting our opinions. The situation of which I learned did not effect me. Truth be told I got […]

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