Monthly Archives: May 2010

When It’s Over, It’s Over

One night, I was with my 4 year old grandson, Max. He was very absorbed with a caterpillar He had found and claimed as his “pet worm”. The worm was a very wiggly worm and Max was having a giggly … Continue reading

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THAT’S in the BIBLE?

If you think Bible study is boring, here are a few unexpected things that will help you bring life and humor to your devotions. Something that would be of particular interest to the parents of daughters is found in Genesis … Continue reading

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Are Ya BUSY?

Your job, the kids, house work, yard work, school work, your spouse  AAGH!  Are ya BUSY?  Well, YEAH! It’s really crazy that as science and technology comes up with more and more gadgets to lighten our work load, we’re busier than ever!    … Continue reading

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The Talking Bread

A batch of rolls done and on the rise, I started working on a batch of French bread. I was praying for friends and loved ones to be saved, healed, and delivered.    Not just praying but giving directions, “God, get … Continue reading

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Oh NEW YORK! ??

My little grandson  wanted to know who decides what words are cuss words.  I told him that cussing really didn’t make any sense.  Without exception, every cuss word is actually something else, something that often isn’t bad at all.  I … Continue reading

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When God Doesn’t Do What We Say

  While standing in line at the grocery store, I watched as a young mom wrested with her toddler.  The child was standing, arms folded, lip pouched out and being very vocal about his displeasure with his mom’s life choices … Continue reading

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Got Friends?

One day, my best friend, Celia, called me to say she’d gotten a new blouse.  She laughed when she learned that I’d been shopping and had also bought a new blouse the day before. We agreed to both wear our … Continue reading

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