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Karen Spruill

writes from Orlando, Florida.

A Trashy Life

My husband said that I should write this blog. A cloudburst of refuse defaces our streets, ponds and highways. My husband and I are in …

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Staying Together

I am tired of his stuff. He is tired of my stuff. We are weary of our patterns. We have known each other for close …

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We Should Have a Party

I was only away for a week when my four-year-old grandson missed his usual Thursday Grandma Day with me. According to his father, when the …

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Sounds of Contentment

We have babies at our house again. It’s been more than 25 years since we’ve had kittens but we now own two darling little male …

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Disconnect to Connect

Getting ready to travel, I usually arrange to have our physical mail held at the post office, and I cancel delivery of our newspaper. During …

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Chow Down

Years ago I had learned that my allergy-prone puppy would be better off without grains in his diet. I got used to reading the ingredients …

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Blinded by Grief

While we were taking our morning walk, my husband and I had a “misunderstanding.” I wondered if the sour feeling would lessen our ability to …

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My Missionary Cat

I had just finished reading a morning devotional from one of my favorite authors. As I leaned back to stretch, I started to pray with …

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I Love Books

Today I walked out of a bookstore and felt like the richest person in the world, even though I had spent money. Actually I walked …

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