Monthly Archives: July 2021

TAKING A WORK BREAK

I am going to be off blogging for a few days.  My choice, no health problems or other crisis.  I have just decided I must get with my home chores a bit more seriously.  However I am still mindful of … Continue reading

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HOSPITAL FUNNIES

When I told about my near death experience a few weeks ago, I said I was going to come back with some funnies from that hospital stay, so now is the time. Then I can get rid of this note … Continue reading

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TURNING LOOSE IS HARD TO DO

Looking out the lone window, I see an ornament on the leaf-stripped tree. With other ornaments, they were a beautiful sight dancing in the breeze reminding me of days gone by. Now I can hardly move but sometime I thrash … Continue reading

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PROBLEM BEGAN WITH TV TRAYS

I have often blamed television for the break down of the family. That wasn’t the problem. I remember television as family unity – at first. Small houses, television in the den could be seen from the kitchen. Put on “I … Continue reading

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“WORD” AWARDS

I prepared this Saturday and posted but something went wrong because it did not publish. It was too much fun to not try again although it is not Saturday. I know I posted because it went to my Facebook with … Continue reading

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NOT MY WILL

“Lord, please make it easy for (…fill in the blank…) to happen. In the name of Jesus I ask and thank you.” How simple! Just give me my way! How many times have I prayed for something that is not … Continue reading

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THE PATH NOT TAKEN

About 1950, daddy made a deposit on a chicken farm in Oregon. When we returned to our farm in SE Colorado, mother became ill and could not move. Daddy lost the deposit. How would I be different if we had … Continue reading

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TUESDAY TIDBITS – JULY 13, 2021

How about me starting a Tuesday Tidbits?  I just seem to have more to say than I can say in my Baker’s Dozen—especially with inflation when I can’t give you thirteen.  So here are my Tuesday Tidbits, most of which … Continue reading

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MANKIND BECOMES EXTINCT?

PRESENT PRACTICES WHICH WILL BRING THE EXTINCTION OF MANKIND BEFORE GLOBAL WARMING HAS A CHANCE! I am doing an edited post from blog in February, 2017. I believe it is worth another read from a different perspective. ************  Situation One:   … Continue reading

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BAKER’S DOZEN – JULY 12, 2021

1. Time for me to share my bits of humor, satire, wisdom, fun, and faith.  Ready? 2. My sister, Karen, and my daughter-in-law, ReNee,  went shopping. ReNee had a couple extra things she needed to take care of.  So Karen and I … Continue reading

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