Yearly Archives: 2010

Old Shoes and Christmas Trees

16 Dec 2010

       I’m digging in the garage today for old shoes. My frenzied brain tells me I don’t have that kind of time — but I need to find it, because a few days ago I learned of a way to bring more meaning into my Christmas decorating, and digging is imperative!        A pastor’s wife […]

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Loving your neighbor this Christmas

14 Dec 2010

       I’m finding it difficult to love my neighbor, as I should, when I’m unable to recognize her at Wal-Mart. I really love living in my neighborhood, but it’s filled with well-kept yards, beautiful Christmas lights, and closed doors. Just like many of yours.        Today we are an isolated society. We have air conditioning, […]

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Catalogue Shopping

06 Dec 2010

I recently asked my daughters to look through catalogues for things they might like for Christmas. (It’s just easier.) If they pick out several things they want, I have some things to choose from; or it gives me ideas for what types of things they are interested in NOW. One of my girls picked out […]

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Tweet Blunders

30 Nov 2010

I’m learning to Tweet on Twitter. The learning process of expressing my thoughts and ideas frequently, unfortunately, involves occasional blunders. Recently I Tweeted a line that I clearly did not think through – something like, “People ask me how I do all I do…” and I gave some sort of preachy answer, like, “by working […]

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Dessert in a Crock-Pot

12 Nov 2010

     Is spending time writing about recipes related to living a Christian life that exceed mediocrity? Sometimes I wonder, especially when the financial woes of our country are so very pronounced and so many still have not heard the Gospel message — the topic of recipes seems so trite. However, today, part of my role is to […]

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