Monday, September 28 2020 - 7:02 AM

Life Notes

Life is certainly one of our more eloquent teachers! When I wade through the mundane and the ordinary there is always good, solid wisdom to be had. Profound is usually smiling just below the surface of daily ritual, waiting for those three seconds of whole hearted awareness we’re capable of. This is where God often speaks uninterrupted. And this is where I like most to listen, and on a good day, take notes.

Reasons We Procrastinate

This week I tackled several of my least favorite home cleaning chores. I cleaned the small chest freezer and the refrigerator. I am still amazed. …

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Winter Recipes

I purposely do not make resolutions for January. However, I tend to sort and launch new projects. I just finishing sorting out my recipe collection. …

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Old Dogs

I know most of the dog people in my neighborhood. I know most of the dogs’ names even though I don’t know the owners’ names. …

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Hallmark Moments

After three years of dithering complacency, I have decided to clean my home office. That means sorting lots of papers, files, books, etc. Yesterday I …

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Five Stars

I filled out an on-line survey about my recent car oil change at the agency. I gave them 3 out of 5 stars since customer …

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Prejudice

I want to share some personal memories: When I was a small child my dad was a farmer, and at some point he hired a …

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Giving Up

This morning we are having vinyl flooring installed in another room of our house. I’m giving up on rugs in the home. Primarily because of …

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Hardening of the Heart

This morning I had to confess to God that I feel my heart hardening around the edges. Several Facebook posting responses started the feelings of …

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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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