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Thank You, U.S. Veterans

I honor you, the Veterans of these United States of America. I am a proud widow and a daughter of military veterans. This day makes me stand proud although sad. It makes me sad for all those who have lost their lives due to war. I honor those veterans who return with physical, mental, emotional wounds.  …

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O Holy Night

But the people of God will sing a song of joy, like the songs at the holy festivals. You will be filled with joy, as when a flutist leads a group of pilgrims to Jerusalem, the mountain of the LORD— to the Rock of Israel.  Isaiah 30:29 Elizabeth gave a glad cry and exclaimed to …

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Birds and Me

BE FOREWARNED:  many photos and two short videos  : ) I have been watching birds on cameras through Cornell University Laboratory of Ornithology or American Eagle Foundation/USDA.  I watch the Albatross in Kauai, Hawaii, the Bald Eagles in Washington, D.C., Ospreys in Missoula, Montana, and the Red-Tailed Hawks in Ithaca, NY.  There are others as …

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Memorial Day — 2016

Memorial Day carries so much emotion for me. My father served in World War II as a Navy doctor in the Pacific.   He continued his service to this country, not only as a physician, but as a Radiological Safety Officer in the post-war Manhattan Project where he was exposed a number of times to …

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Father God

To ponder… Does God feel like a loving Father to you?  Does He feel like the kind of Father that you could crawl up in His lap and snuggle with or swing in a swing with? He is.  I know because I snuggle.  I climb into His lap.  I swing with Him.  I know that …

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We Need Laughter

Moments to Lighten Up While Caregiving “…And do not be grieved, for the joy of the Lord is your strength.’” (Nehemiah 8:10) Are you a caregiver of one whom is losing their mental abilities, maybe slowly, maybe rapidly? Are you caring for one who is confused often? who gets angry, who can no longer tie …

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Children Are a Heritage From the Lord

School starts around here on Monday, August 24th.  Signs along the streets near schools or over the highways remind us that children are back in school, to drive safely.  Flashing lights warn us to slow down to 20 miles per hour because we are in a school zone.  Children are crossing streets under a school …

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