Friday, October 23 2020 - 12:26 AM

Karen Spruill

writes from Orlando, Florida.

God of Horses

During the past 20 plus years, I have been a passenger on numerous airline flights. I made dozens of flights, three or fours times a …

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Jesus and Ice Cream

While I was pushing my cart in the frozen foods section of my grocery store, across the aisle from me a woman was looking into …

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Heart Attacks

A dear family in our church just lost a son, husband, dad, brother, and friend (same person) to a sudden heart attack. A man in …

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All Alone

Many years ago, I read Admiral Byrd’s South Pole adventures in his book, Alone. I shiver now recalling his mind and body-numbing experience as he …

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So Many Books

I am sorting through my books. That’s five bookcases, plus. I have grown tired of looking at crowded and overflowing shelves, besides stacks of books …

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The Healing Touch

I don’t remember how I found her. At least 15 years ago I started going to a local private massage therapist. And that was perhaps …

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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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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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